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1. Blues Alley Club

1142 reviews
Blues Alley Club
Atmosphere
5
Prices
5
Location
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 1073 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6PM

Telephone: (202) 337-4141

Guy: Jazz club


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Laetitia Monnier: Awesome club ! We went there for a date night and it was a great experience. There is little table around the stage where you can get close and cozy. The atmosphere is dark and felted which is perfect for a romantic date. The music was awesome too. It was a mix of jazz, blues, hip-hop and it was definitely perfect. The food was good too with choice from southern cuisine which we love. I think it’s a must do in DC and we’ll definitely come back and recommend it to our friends and family !

Tom Williams: This spot is dope and laid back, I like the location also. The drinks and food were good, this is a must go I will return for sure. They do ask for your vaccination card so don’t be surprised about that. Give it shot and enjoy yourself.

Michael Goodman: Good little historic jazz club in DC. Good space, nice acts coming through. A bit stuffy for my taste, as I usually prefer walk-in casual spots, and this requires tickets in advance. But forcing ticket sales does at least encourage active listeners rather than a raucous, drunken bar crowd. Pretty good layout, good view of the band from most seats in the house. The food is something awful. Get dinner elsewhere.

Carol F: LOVE Blues Alley! Great venue and line ups always. The drinks and appetizers I've had were all very good. I just wish they had a membership. You know... Something like: pay x amount a year and get go to go x number of shows with a simple click. I'd probably go more often.

Adam Galazka: Decided to try this place out for our first jazz experience in DC. It was good. It does get very congested in there as the tables are very close to each other. There was a minimum of $15 order. You can QR code order everything and even check out online. I thought that process was very smooth. Music was good. You are close to the stage. It did take us asking 3 times for some water. It is also warm in there. Can't imagine how it would feel on a warmer day. They also require to see vaccination card. Photo of one is fine.

Anne Schumann: Blues Alley is open and putting on great shows. Vaccinations are required to enter but masks are optional (as of this review). Expect to pay a cover plus a food and beverage minimum. Tickets can be purchased online in advance and there are shows most nights of the week ranging from school bands, local up and commers and national talent. There is a parking garage right across the street or on weeknights you can usually find street parking.

Kelly Smith: The atmosphere was excellent the music had me on the edge of my seat. Paul Taylor and Michael Lington were awesome 👌. The only thing I didn't like was not getting my drink i ordered. They were slow if they have a drink price minimum we should be able to get what we want. Other than that a Great place to visit

Shantell Hartley: The music was great. However, the service was terrible!!! The show started a little after 10pm. I didn’t get my drink until 11:30pm. Right after I got my drink, the show ended!!! They continually got our drink orders wrong and didn’t have any of the mixers we ordered. They even sent a mixed drink to our table in two different glasses, unmixed. It was a MESS! I finally had to ask for my drink to be mixed with a coke since they didn’t have anything else. It was not delicious. I couldn’t even drink it. I had to ask for extra soda because it was so strong. I am really disappointed by this experience. I should have gotten a refund! The two stars are only because the music was good.

Terri Miller: Blues Alley never disappoints! The pefect venue for enjoying live music. The staff is friendly and professional. I saw one of my favorite artist Kim Waters. It was an amazing performance and outstanding band. I looking forward to going back soon.

J D: Wonderful jazz music in a historic carriage house. The quality of the music and musicians was equal to what we hear at our local concert venue. Owners are hospitable and service is quick and efficient. We enjoyed beverages but want to try the food on our next visit. Check this place out and do your part to support live jazz music and a lively venue.

2. Black Cat

503 reviews
Black Cat
Atmosphere
5
Prices
5
Location
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 1811 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7PM

Telephone: (202) 667-4490

Guy: Live music venue


Review: "The best venue in DC!"

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Nick Pascale: performed there with my band, The Missing Peace (check us out) and the staff was extremely nice to us and treated us with utmost respect despite opening for a huge artist. Also music venues normally carry a stigma of being stingy with their alcohol in their drinks but Black Cat served great tasting, well mixed drinks - best venue i’ve experienced in the DMV area!

Tom Burke: I've been to this club a few times over the past 15 or so years. Always liked it. It's a long haul for me (~1.5 hr drive), so I don't go often.

Tom Mole: Covid testing requirements were listed clearly and visibly written on the venue's website. The venue was pretty clean and the restrooms were surprisingly kept up which is rare.. The front desk/counter lady was extremely polite and nice. I will definitely return for another awesome musical performance! DC music shows! :)

Saminda Wijegunawardena: Saw Boy Harsher here on April 10th (2022) and it was the first time seeing this duo. Dark, early new wave-inspired songs, very synth-heavy with pounding minimal beats made for a great show at this raw venue. It was my first time back here in about 20 years, still has a great vibe if not the best acoustics. If they had better sound here and some better vantage points for the folks that aren't 6 feet tall, I'd definitely give it 5 stars.

Ramiro Pena: My past two experiences have been dreadful. They pack the place so full of people it is really concerning. I straight up got panic attacks from just how many people are packed in post pandemic. God bless them but I guess it’s just not for me anymore. It’s so hard to ascertain when the events held here arent packed with a huge huge group of people because besides that I’m sure there are worthwhile acts to watch. I remember one group that did a really cool interpretive dance I’m sorry for the low score but thats me and I think I’m going to add some keywords so that a certain audience can understand. If you have autism or anxiety this might not be the most accesible place for you. The last two times I have been here getting a drink or even approaching the bar has been impossible. The place was so packed inevitability people were rubbing up against me CONSTANTLY. Personally I can’t stand that. This place has pinball which is nice but last time the one machine had a flipper broken. I wish I could enjoy being inside this place but theres no where to sit most of the time I feel awkward walking in and just standing around, I can’t feel comfortable dancing because theres no room to move without brushing up against someone. I just can’t stand that. This is a personal problem but if you have sensory issues like that consider this an advisement

kevin jenkins: Had a great time seeing Flobots. Bartenders are great. Tip them. Well.

JW Francis: I played here on 4/19 and had a wonderful experience! Very cool room with checkered floor. Very kind people behind the bar and working production. Two thumbs wayyyy up!

Jeffrey Hearn (he / him): Limited but welcome seating for a big guy who can't stand for 3 hours at a stretch

Robert Cardoni: Mid size music venue hosting indie and punk acts. Space is long and narrow - so sight lines and sound can be off near the back but it’s still a great space. They recently downsized from 2 levels to one. Kind of sad but at least they weren’t forced out of the neighborhood due to gentrification. Bring cash. No credit cards accepted They no longer have food :(

Marissa Frank: Love going to shows at the black cat. The bar upstairs is no longer cash only, but they will not keep tabs. Drink prices are fine. The bathrooms need some help but it's a small fun venue, it's fine.

3. State Theatre

622 reviews
State Theatre
Atmosphere
5
Prices
5
Location
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 220 N Washington St, Falls Church, VA 22046

Telephone: (703) 237-0300

Guy: Live music venue


Review: "Support live music and safely go see musicians you enjoy."

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Daniel W: Lots of fun. Comedy show. Service was good. Show was good Got the grilled wings and blue moon beers. Doors opened at 1900 show started at 2030. Got there at 1930. Place was setup for comedy show specifically. Tables on first floor (half reserved (2 days in advance) half first come first serve with food minimum purchase) upstairs had balcony, movie theatre seats and high chairs with drink rail. The balcony had about 20 seats along rail but is mostly for standing. Bathrooms clean and venue were old (1920s movie theatre) but clean. Will definitely be returning. Configuration is different for different show types (like concerts). Parking was easy (hospital parking garage across street).

N. Moore: Nice Venue! Friendly staff. Enjoyed food and drink, plus comedy show a little over 20 bucks.

Chloie French: I was having a great time. Then a waitress yelled at me to be quiet during a comedy show…….. the people behind me were also laughing very loud. Then when I went to the bar to order a drink she gave me very ugly looks. I felt very uncomfortable and will not be coming back. I really do not understand what I did to deserve this behavior. Other than that the drinks and food were having good. I just felt so uncomfortable from her being nasty to me I will not be coming back. I will also be posting about this on all my social media.

Sally Hamilton-White: The staff was very friendly. They were however UNDERstaffed. My food was cold and took about a hour to get my appetizers, definitely not worth the wait. Parking on weekends is easy,-free at the Kaiser, the drinks were reasonably priced and the talent is subjective. Not sure if I'll go back tho.

Tracy Morris: I attended the $5.00 comedy show on 032522 and it was a bargain for quality entertainment. There were 16 comedians and each was hilarious. Thus was my first attendance at the The State theatre but it won't be my last.

Anthony Shoraka: Good food ... full bar ... attentive and friendly service ... and FREE live music in an outdoor setting ... what more can you possibly ask for?

Ronda Bernstein: It is an interesting venue in that it is a mix of tables and standing area. They could definitely fit more people in if it wasn't for the tables. But it is small enough to have a good view from anywhere (except the tables since people are standing in front of you). Seems to be *the* place to go if you like tribute bands. Parking is free on the Friday nights and the weekends in a garage across the street. Also, staff at the venue are quite pleasant and do a great job helping out and keeping aisles clear.

Ramiro Marquez: We had our wedding reception here and are absolutely thrilled with how everything turned out. The staff was super helpful and really went above and beyond. The communication was great during planning. For the event, we really felt like they were happy to be there. Everything went without any issues whatsoever. If you’re considering this as a venue for a reception, I would highly encourage you to do so.

Adam Grafton: Visited during the Demonatized Tour.A thoroughly excellent venue with a variety of seating, a fantastic menu and wonderful service! I do advise getting the steak & cheese with fries~

Dustin R: Surprisingly spacious inside. Food was good, we has the loaded tots with chili and the tots were crispy even though it was covered in cheesy chili goodness, was definitely enough for 2. Also had the chicken tender and they were good also. Mixed drinks were like $8 but considering the location and that its an entertainment venue i guess thats not too bad. Would definitely attend events here again

4. Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club

1645 reviews
Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club
Atmosphere
5
Prices
5
Location
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 7719 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda, MD 20814

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 12PM

Telephone: (240) 330-4500

Guy: Jazz club


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Cory Laws: Four stars for a nice venue and a good variety of performers. Good acoustics. Food is ok. Not great, not horrible. Acceptably decent. Drinks are expensive, but I guess that goes with the situation. Staff was nice, friendly and attentive, especially considering the crowd. I was a bit turned off with the bill. A 20% gratuity was added, with a supposedly "custom" tip. The custom part was on top if the already claimed 20%. Regardless, the music was good, and we had fun. Will be back.

Sassy Sauce: This is a nice club to see performers and enjoy an evening out with friends and family. The tables on the main floor are close together so get there early so you don’t have to navigate through so many people. The food and drinks are pretty good and the prices are reasonable. There is stadium styled seating in the back with approximately 8 rows of chairs. You can order drinks and food from the bar area and bring it back to your seat if you sit in the back stadium seats. The sound quality and acoustics of the musical performances is good as well.

S B: Nice venue and show - we went to a Sunday evening Stokely show and sat in the non-main area and was satisfied. Next time we'll try the table top area. The food was delivered in plastic take-out containers, so it isn't the usual dining experience, perhaps because of the pandemic. Highly recommend.

Dr. DeBo'rah Williams: The venue was nice, however sitting in seats off the floor, at a cost of $75.00; I thought it was inappropriate that we couldn't be served. In order for us mature adults to have to climb stairs and then desend from the Gallery to purchase food and drinks, I was astounded. I drove from Delaware to DC in order to observe the show, I will reconsider in the future.

Charita Mayo: I have been to Bethesda Blues many many times for so many events : live concerts, comedy shows and more. I enjoy myself every time. I love the options of artists they showcase. The tickets are reasonably priced. Now post Covid they changed management or food vendor & their food prices has increased ALOT! I do think that is ridiculous. You could eat before you arrive, but you still have to purchase something like drinks or dessert. Overall I always have a great time and enjoy the performance.

ange nance: I thoroughly enjoyed the show. This is a nice small venue. You get an excellent view of the stage whether you get a table or sit upstairs. The food and drinks are overpriced for the quality and quantity. I suggest eating before you go. But the entertainment was awesome. I will definitely go back again.

T O: We decided to go to a concert here and made a weekend getaway out of it. We drove 4 hours to get here so maybe my expectations were too high but I don’t think so. To start, the venue is ok but old and needs updating. We had two less than great mixed drinks that came in small plastic cups. With tax and gratuity, the total was $45. We ate before we arrived so didn’t order the food. Thank God we didn’t because a lady next to us ordered a $25 salad that came in a plastic container with a lid on it. All food came in a plastic container with a lid on it. If I’m paying this kind of money, there are expectations like a certain quality, glasses to drink from, dinnerware, and silverware. I previously bought tickets to another show here later this summer but am going to think hard about whether I’m coming back. The vibe was completely off and the cost of the tickets may be sacrificed. If you’re going to call yourself a “supper club”, you need to up your game cause this ain’t it.

Stephanie Bullock: Only giving a 1 star because of the Performer . I am in healthcare, and they DO NOT ask to see proof of covid- vaccine as the website stated. We went to see Stockley last Friday evening . The website stated that the doors open at 5pm but the rude security guard peeked his head out the door and said “Well the website is wrong, doors open at 5:30pm” Seeing that it was raining outside , I asked the security guard if I come inside just to use their ladies room, and he stated “ There is a bar across the street that may have a restroom”. My friends and I walked across the street to a beautiful bar owned by the Marriott , where we had the best bartender and the best drinks . We walked back over to the Bethesda Jazz club just in time for the show . Stockley put on a great great performance, but the staff was extremely rude, and I will say eat before you arrive because the food and service was not worth the cost . I will definitely revisit the bar across the street located at the Marriott for happy hour , but will never return to the Bethesda Blues & Jazz Club.

Theressa “T” C: This was my first time here and I had an awesome experience. Bel'a Donna performed and they did an AMAZING job!! I ordered the southern fried wings and it was yummy.

Krista: There's a public parking garage behind the venue with 3 floor so keep driving down if it's full, you'll find something. $20 minimum at the table, which is fine because you'll only have to order one item to achieve. I came to see a comedy show. The tables were reasonably spaced. We sat in front on the lefthand side. Very vintage inside, which I love. The food was a little pricey for what you get. I didn't mind the plastic ware but it was $17 for 6 wings and the same for a small salad. The crew seemed to be organized and attentive to the best of their abilities. I will return... maybe after eating a filling meal 😁

5. The Anthem

5067 reviews
The Anthem
Atmosphere
4.8
Prices
4.9
Location
4.3
Parking
4.2
Wifi
4.8

Address: 901 Wharf St SW, Washington, DC 20024

Telephone: (202) 888-0020

Guy: Concert hall


Review: "Once was a seated jazz show."

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Maria Park: We went to the Anthem Theater to see LP in concert. My husband and I are disabled and we were astonished at how accommodating they were! We were seated in an ADA accessible section, allowed in right on time without having to stand in line. The bathrooms were very close, as was the bar and food. And the music was superb. We had a fantastic time! We will be back.

Vy H.: Came here recently for a Rebelution concert—it was my first time here and wow this venue is so nice— has a fancy vibe, and venue space is huge! There are plenty of bars around the complex, and even an outdoor patio on the second floor to hang out—the 2nd floor lobby bar is even open after the concert ends! Drink prices are reasonable, and they do offer some food options as well. I would recommend getting seats high up versus the general floor—they are like assigned box seats and you get a good view of the stage without any interference. Also, their sound system is amazing, I really enjoyed the concert experience here!

Dan Soukup: Awesome venue! Went for the first time to see Eric Church. Love that most the place is general admission. We ended up right up front. There were what they call super excellent seats that are the first couple of rows in the balconies and were something like double the cost of general admission tix, but they were very hard to get and sold out quickly and also can't be transferred (they check IDs when you arrive to make sure whoever purchased is attending). I heard they also come with a special VIP entrance so you don't have to arrive as early. The balconies also have a couple general admission standing rows behind the super excellent seats. Facility was super clean, the sound was great, plenty of bars ($9+ for beers though) and pretty much ever place in the theater had great views of the stage. This is now my new favorite venue in the area. Do yourself a favor and take the metro in or park 10-15 minute walk away to save some dough on parking. Very expensive and limited parking at The Wharf itself. Great show and can't wait to go to another!

Marc Neilson: This is a lovely venue and very accommodating when it comes to varying levels of viewing options. For example, if you get general admission, you can choose standing room only on the floor, but there are also options on levels 2 and 3 for standing, which is what I did for the last concert. There is plenty of seating options as well. Being a smaller venue, it never felt overcrowded except I guess for those who choose to pack near the front in general admission. I was able to walk around during a concert and choose various viewing areas, plus purchase food and drinks with minimal waiting. Note, there is a lovely coffee bar on level 3 that also serves non-alcoholic beer. I gave it 3 stars as I feel they have an issue with their air conditioning. I am not sure if the venue has air conditioning, or if it was broken that night, or if they simply chose not to use it. It was miserably hot inside (concert was on July 12), and the artist had to stop the show 5 times due to people passing out. Many of the people attending had been waiting in the hot sun for hours before entry, so you can imagine going from an oven outside to an oven inside. I can't imagine seeing any shows mid-summer, as it must be unbearable inside. The venue did distribute free water and tried to help the people suffering, but it definitely took away some enjoyment of the show and of course, I felt bad for those whose night was ruined. So, if you really must see a show during the summer, don't bother waiting in the sun, there are plenty of good viewing points. You can just come when doors open. Be sure to hydrate well before attending and make sure you get water at the venue. Otherwise, wait until the Fall or Winter.

Ashley: I'm SO glad I saw LP live...a tiny angelic pistol, full of fire. The range, the whistles, the vibe...what a great performance! Nice concert hall...plenty of restrooms & bars scattered throughout. The food I ate there was pretty good too.

David Glotfelty: Great aesthetics, really cool location. The acoustics were less than desirable. The bass just sounded like one big hum. (The bottom end was exceeding the speakers power handling capability.) The vocals were all but lost in the bass mush. But what surprised me most was that the opening group used the exact same equipment at the exact same settings. I've attended many concerts and the opening acts are never allowed to use the headliner's stuff. The headliner should blow you away after the opening acts. That was not the case for this concert.

Greg Bollrud: The Anthem is a good time. Big enough for a crowd but still feels intimate. Box seats if you don’t want to be on the floor (which is remarkably clean). Great vibe with drinks and food at a reasonable price.But what got it 5 stars is that it has a water fountain.

Fer Paints: I went to the Louis Tomlinson show and it was amazing. The sound, the lightning, everything. What I saw, though, was lack of support from the venue workers in order to help when things got out of control a bit with camping being allowed or not and then inside the venue. I got the impression that they didn't want to get involved even when it was their job. Anyway, Louis Team was very helpful as usual and the show was amazing either way. I had a great time and the anthem being located in the wharf it's absolutely beautiful.

Em Callahan, she-they: This venue is gorgeous and well kept! I went to concert, drink and bathroom lines and weren't too long. Sound and crowd was fun. There's even a water bottle filling station. 🚰

ghostface: saw MARINA here in February and had the best time! the show was amazing and the venue is so nice. all of the staff was very helpful and had everything well organized. I also appreciate the covid vaccination requirements because it makes me feel a lot safer. entering and exiting the building was very fast and went smoothly unlike other shows i’ve been to in the past. the seats I had were amazing and I had a great view of the stage. I liked that even though they were floor seats they still had comfortable chairs to sit on instead of being forced to stand. overall, it was an amazing experience and went beyond my expectations. I had the best night ever and I will be going to all of my future concerts here. in fact, I just bought tickets to see phoebe bridgers here in June and i’m so excited to return!

6. 9:30 Club

3418 reviews
9:30 Club
Atmosphere
4.4
Prices
4.1
Location
4.1
Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.6

Address: 815 V St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Telephone: (202) 265-0930

Guy: Live music venue


Review: "Great place to catch concerts in DC!"

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Brian Copes: I believe it was my second time at this club and it was a great time! Context - I went to a pride/DJ/ drag show event, but I believe it’s a concert venue in the DC area. Security - I believe they have a metal detector and they check your bags so be prepared and consider that from a time management standpoint. Venue- it’s huge with multiple levels including bars, bathrooms and places to stand/dance/watch. I heard there’s a lower level, but last night I was just on the balcony and main floor near the stage. Vibe - loved the mood and energy. It was packed around 11PM EST even though it started at 10PM. There’s was free water, disco ball, alcohol, lights, go-go dancers and people in the mood to have a fun night. Overall, I would recommend this place for a night out.

Ian Pitts: Cozy venue with multiple bars and some food options. Parking is only a block or two away and there are options for food right nearby within walking distance. The ticket checking process was smooth and they even checked a camera that was deemed "professional" for free during the show.

Saminda Wijegunawardena: First time I went to the 930 Club was the one on F Street in 1990. I was a senior in high school and went to see the Ocean Blue perform. They encored with the Smiths' "There is a Light that Never Goes Out" that night. The experience was incredible and indelible. The energy in that small crowded space embodied everything about live music that I enjoyed and was such a milestone for me in my young musical journey. When they moved to their current location a few years later, I was dubious about how it would be. But it didn't disappoint. I saw countless shows there from Radiohead, Smashing Pumpkins, Morphine, and so many more. It somehow had the same intimate energy even in such a larger space. Now back after 2 decades in California, I have come to appreciate it even more. Recently saw Caribou and the Midnight and both shows were epic. Great sound, and always can get a good angle on the stage. Look forward to enjoying many more shows here in the years to come.

Anna S: I just took my daughter and her friends to this venue for the first time for an all ages show last night. I am so glad that I did! She and her high school friends had a great time! My friend and I had a nice view from the balcony bar and were able to enjoy ourselves and have our eyes on the girls at all times. We called the club earlier in the evening and the woman who answered the phone gave us great instructions on where to park as well! They take the mask and vaccinations proof seriously as well, which made me feel more comfortable about safety. Bathrooms were clean at the beginning and f the night. Overall, for a place to get 4 decades of people all enjoying the same music and scene, the 9:30 Club did a great job.

Michelle: What an awesome venue! I recently saw one of my favorite bands here and was blown away! The sound in this club is amazing! You can feel every beat and note. Also, great staff! Keeping it safe, but fun. 👍🏻👍🏻

Tori Barker: We barely waited in line and we showed up 15 minutes before the show began which in my opinion was fantastic. When I say barely waited I mean the staff greeted us immediately, looked at our vax cards and IDs and because my boyfriend had lost his mask we had to wait 1 minute so the staff could grab us one. The staff were so kind and even though it was super cold they had such a great attitude and welcoming vibe. So thankful for everything at the venue. The people inside were also great and of course the Bartender, fantastic. I could not ask for more from this venue. The set up inside is stunning and our show was amazing! I am from NC but came up to D.C. to see Misterwives and I am so glad it did. A night to remember from start to finish, thank you 9:30 for all you do to keep entertainment alive during these times.

Kevin Fiol: Great venue! Sound was awesome. Stage allows for great views etc. However... I was charged $2 for a 6oz cup of water. They do not sell bottled water (or intentionally sold me a TINY water) There's no place to smoke or vape once you enter the venue so you have to go outside and then go through the entire line again.

Nathan Faneuf: Amazing venue, been here twice so far. Would definitely see a show here. Bring ear plugs, very loud, but good sound. Drinks are expensive, 9 dollars for a shot of Jack Daniels. Friendly staff.

Osaurus G: This is a pretty good venue. Love all the bars and the openness of the floor. The balcony area offers some great views of bands (Bob Mould for me)

Aida mary: Absolutely fantastic venue for a live show! I watched Saint Paul and the Broken Bones plus Thee Sacred Souls play here. The energy was lit! Great location. Great customer service! Would definitely go again. Highly recommend

7. John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

10069 reviews
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Atmosphere
5
Prices
4.8
Location
5
Parking
4
Wifi
4.5

Address: 2700 F St NW, Washington, DC 20566

Telephone: (202) 467-4600

Guy: Performing arts theater


Review: "Premier performance venue in the Washington, DC area."

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Amanda Turcotte: I love being a member of the Kennedy Center. I joined during the pandemic because I wanted to support the arts and because a friend told me how much they enjoyed being a member. Fast forward a couple years later and I am finally able to enjoy both indoor and outdoor events at the center. The mission of the Kennedy Center really speaks to me and the community events as well as amazing performances throughout the year definitely make the membership worth while. My husband and I attended our first opera this year. We have also attended a few National Symphony Orchestra performances and a members only rehearsal. It was really special to watch the orchestra rehearse and see how the players and conductor come together to perform beautiful compositions. The Hall of States and Hall of Countries are really something to behold as well. There is so much history to learn about. The Reach is another building on the campus that is also full of great historical moments and an active work area for artists. The grounds have an amazing view of the Potomac River as well. There is parking on site for $25 and members receive a $5 discount on parking if you book in advance. We have not tried the on site restaurant yet, but plan to soon. Definitely check out an event and grounds of the Kennedy Center, if you are in the area. You will want to come back for sure. Thanks! :-)

Joana Ward: Lunar New Year Lanterns. Beautiful Display and family friendly. During COVID everyone was wearing masks even outside. Recommending you go early to park and although the line was long it moved quickly for how long it was (40 minutes). There was a free station for activities the kids could do. Bring two adults for kids so someone can stay in line while the other one has the kids exploring.

Jessica Isbell: We had an absolutely amazing time! The entire experience was just wonderful. My 6 year old thoroughly enjoyed it as well. Venue was incredible, staff exceptional. Weather was a perk too, perfect day. The outside area for intermission with views of DC is fabulous. We will absolutely be back. Thank you for adhering to masking and vaccination policies as well while bringing the arts back into these hectic times.

preservefootprints: We visit there on last 2 days of the Reach Winter Lanterns Festival. It was a huge area filled with lanterns displays celebrating 2022 Lunar New Year, it was so beautiful and bright. They have benches with heater around the open space. The organizer has worked excellent to manage the guests flow!

David Morar: A true home for the performing arts, the Kennedy Center has numerous stages from the Opera House to a black box theater and everything in between. Created for DC residents and tourists alike, the Center brings or originates amazing shows, events and workshops. It’s both the institutional house for the National Symphony Orchestra and the place that has daily free shows (of all types) at 6pm. It’s truly got something for everyone, and with the recent addition of The Reach its uhm, reach has broadened even further! You can never go wrong with the KC. Highly recommend visiting on a random day even if you’re not going for a show: having just celebrated 50 years, the center is proud of its history and showcases it among other revolving pieces in its vast and airy halls. Check out the terraces (ground level and “terrace” level) and enjoy sweeping views of the city. A true gem in the nation’s capital!

Greg Zillgitt: Our visit to the Kennedy Center a few years ago is one of my fondest memories. Attended a performance of Mendelssohn' violin concerto in E minor, with Hillary Hahn as the soloist. A near-perfect experience, acoustically and visually. A striking venue. Walking distance from the Watergate (also highly recommended).

Mark Capriotti: Arrive early, grab a drink, and walk along the roof top. Perfect way to start the evening looking at many views of DC. Masks are required for the theater.

C F: Beautiful performing arts center with amazing friendly staff. Our family loves to attend shows as well as grab some snacks and walk the grounds. Some beautiful views of the river, some monuments and Georgetown. Also 2 gift shops, a cafe, and multiple snack stations. Underground parking also available or you can grab the shuttle which picks up and drops off at the GW metro station.

spellman1224: Went to see the play "Ain't too proud" it was awesome. We had the last row in Tier 2 and the seats were comfortable. The staff was great and courteous and eager to assist. Was able to take Metro and take the Kennedy Center Bus to get there. Even the bus driver was friendly 😊

Grey TheCat: This place is a lot of things, historic, classy, artsy, fun, accessible, it offers a ton of free activities and events and variety. This is a cultural epicenter and one of the East coast best venues. Spacious, easy parking and overall inexpensive events make it accessible to most people even those on a small budget.

8. Atlas Performing Arts Center

394 reviews
Atlas Performing Arts Center
Atmosphere
4.6
Prices
4.6
Location
4.2
Parking
4.4
Wifi
5

Address: 1333 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (202) 399-7993

Guy: Performing arts theater


Review: "This place is huge- many different areas for performances!"

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Patrick: Fantastic performing arts venue. The personnel were very friendly, funny and helpful to the artists. The theater is certainly a fantastic place for groups to get their fuse of cultural events and performing arts.

Jessica McNutt: I love this theatre. The experience is always intimate and personal. The shows sit with me for days and I'm always better for having seen them.

Michael Covington: Excellent venue for performances. Viewing angle from all seats are great.

Linda Neuman: This unique and gorgeous performance space never disappoints. We have seen several incredible shows here with creative staging and impressive acting. Located near many wonderful restaurants and bars, it is a great central point for an enjoyable evening out. Come by metro, then hop on a shuttle that runs up and down the street. We need more places like this.

D Waldo: A stellar cast performed the production of MARY SEACOLE. Mary, a British-Jamaican holistic nurse, frequently considered the black Florence Nightingale also nursed war wounded soldiers.

Justin Hanna: Join Triumph DC Church on Sundays at the Atlas at 10a. Atlas Performing Arts Center is a fantastic venue for arts and theatre as well as worship. Come join us and make some new friends.

ron lu: Awesome bunch of musicians from the Capital City Symphony Orchestra and the Director VickiGau is more than awesome!

Adrienne: Saw a fascinating and moving play called "The Agitators" about the decades long friendship between Frederick Douglass and Susan B Anthony. It was my first time to The Atlas and it did not disappoint. The show was great and the facilities are very nice. The picture is of an after show discussion with the Artistic Director, Playwright and Directo.
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Jabari Clark: Nice set of theaters with an organic, neighborhood feel. Friendly staff and clean facilities. Comfortable chairs and temperature. Not a fan of the service fee per ticket when buying as a bundle. That may prove to be cost prohibitive to some. No dedicated parking and street parking is limited. No local metro but streetcar stop is across street. Overall pleasant experience to bring local acts to the stage.

Tracey Newman: I am STILL talking about this performance! It was phenomenal! I am hoping there will be encore performances in the future. A beautiful kind was eloquently portrayed in this piece. Very well done!

9. Arts Club of Washington

79 reviews
Arts Club of Washington
Atmosphere
4.2
Prices
4
Location
4.9
Parking
4.8
Wifi
5

Address: 2017 I St NW, Washington, DC 20006

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 331-7282

Guy: Non-profit organization


Review: "The jazz piano concerts here are the best!"

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Glenn C Reimer: A majestic house with a legacy related not just to James Madison's residence there, but his early months as President as well as it served as the US Executive Mansion while the White House was being repaired after War of 1812. Great facilities for socially distanced meetings, a small theatre, an intone meal with a world-class chef, a quiet courtyard, and endless stories of fascinating individuals!

Perks Advisor: This Club is sandwiched between the White House and George Washington University. It is a private club but open to the public during certain hours. The historic building is worth the visit and you can visit certain rooms that have art hanging on the walls. You can also use the facilities for events. If you enjoy art and a quiet atmosphere this is a very nice venue.

Bob Craycraft: Great membership organization and four art galleries open to the public at no charge.

BRASH BRASH: This was an unexpected treat for me. I received an email about a dinner theatre production about the pending election and decided to go. The location is quite historic and beautifully furnished. There are documents signed by early presidents on the walls. The courtyard in back was charming and features a relief of a bygone scene. Though it is a private club for artists and collectors, the location has regular openings and lectures revolving around the arts. The event I went to was affordable: $40 for a buffet dinner, a 90 minute musical, and a dessert spread afterwards. The members were all very friendly and informative, lively and welcoming.

Paul A: Nice historical place with a conference room for meetings.

Margaret Jones: You have to check website on when can see art or events open to non-members. Can also sign up on email list.

Marie-B CDA: This "temporary" White House is a very elegant home where exhibits, concerts, lectures, poetry readings, ballets are hosted and fine lunches and dinners are served. Every room is elegantly decorated and in the spirit of Monroe. The garden is a nice additio.. The Club offers membership to Artists and drawing/painting classes are taught. A very pleasant place to visit or become a member.

Dr. Laura Reid: It is a beautiful facility with a beautiful grand piano on the second floor. And houses a lovely space for meetings

Michelle Peete: Small art museum nestled close to GW University. A great venue for intimate events. Large patio area for outdoor activities. The food was adequate. Great service.

Jeffrey Kipers: Great place for event such as a wedding reception

10. City Winery DC

577 reviews
City Winery DC
Atmosphere
4.5
Prices
4.2
Location
4.5
Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.9

Address: 1350 Okie St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (202) 250-2531

Guy: Winery


Review: "The jazz musicians were great."

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LaShunda G: We went last night to see Lyfe Jennings and it was great, food too but short staffed but our waiter DJ was very patient even though the chef was super backed up he kept coming to see if we needed anything. But the venue was nice. There is one thing I didn't like though 😕 we got to our table at 6:45pm and we couldn't order food at all, so we had to go downstairs to eat after Lyfe finished singing.
Response: Shun - We really appreciate you visiting us at City Winery DC and taking time to share this feedback. I apologize for the delay as we never want to keep our guests waiting. I will speak with my team about your review, and if there is anything that I can do to assist you, please let me know. Thank you, Michael Ware - General Manager - mware@citywinery.com

Cherill R. Ashton: Loved seeing and listening to the Chuck Brown Band at City Winery, Washington, DC! The ambiance was amazing.They did get our orders mixed up and never brought out half of the food but the music and vibe was so good that I won't take off but one star. We'll give them another shot to get it right as we want to go back for other artists. But they do really need to get the food orders straight. The show ended and some people in our party was never served.
Response: Hi Cherill - Thank you for reviewing City Winery DC and leaving us your feedback. We are glad that you enjoyed the music, but we do apologize for the mix-up with your food. We will be sure to improve for you next time and earn those five stars. See you then!

Angela Melito: First time here and really liked it. Think The Birchmere if it was really nice. They did screw up my friend's food order (her food never came but her wine did) but when we said something they apologized and refunded her whole order, including the wine. We paid for "Zone A" and I would definitely do that again, it was really nice to be so close.

Elizabeth xyz: Nice David Hollister concert. Waistrees came to our table after we ordered to explain how to order. Not a great place for a concert especially since we were packed together with no elbow room. My friend thought we paid for a specific table but we were later moved somewhere else. I think if a person is expecting to sit somewhere specific it should be honored and not moved at company's discretion. Wings were ok. Mushrooms were spectacular. Had a daiquiri listed on online ordering but doesn't make anymore. The spritz with the titos vodka was really good. The ketel drink was good too.
Response: Elizabeth - Thank you for reaching out. We want our guests to enjoy their concert in a comfortable atmosphere and I apologize that your table was changed. I will bring these issues to my team so that we can take steps to improve. If there is anything further that I can do to assist you, please don't hesitate to get in touch. Hope Calhoun - Training Manager - hcalhoun@citywinery.com

Nisha Thomas: We visited this venue to see a live band. The band was amazing. We arrived early to make sure we had good seats in front with a clear view of the stage. To sell more tickets, the manager brought more chairs and tables out later during the show so our view of the band was blocked during the second half of the show. The kitchen offered a very limited menu and it was almost impossible to get our waiter to come back to our table. We waited almost 20 minutes just for water. When he did take our order, he’d leave items off or write down the order wrong. 5 stars for the entertainment and 0 for the service.
Response: Nisha, I am sorry to hear that we did not earn your five stars. We strive to deliver a seamless experience for our guests, and it is never our intention to inconvenience them. I assure you that we will use this feedback to improve our practices moving forward. If there is anything more we can do to assist you or better your visit, please feel free to reach out to me directly. Thank you, Michael Ware - General Manager - mware@citywinery.com

Rocky: Very cool place. We went for a candlelight Christmas Jazz concert and it was so good. The jazz band was amazing. The singer had such a smooth voice and sang the Christmas songs immaculately. Tip: If we were to go back, I would sit at the high top tables closer to the bar. It would be more intimate and nobody right next to you. Thesr seats would be good since there really isn't a bad spot to sit in the place. Finally, my only complaint would be how close the tables and chairs are and how uncomfortable the seats are. Besides that it was a great evening.

Shanon L.: Shockingly bad service. I felt bad for recommending the venue. According to friends, service was excellent prior to the shut down. That’s not the case now. We arrived a little after 6 pm (tix said doors open at 6 pm). We were told “they” were running behind and we could have a seat until they notified us the doors were open. We were sitting in the bar area downstairs but there was no bartender. We were ushered upstairs about 6:25 pm and told we were the first to arrive but could order our drinks and food through the app. Every staff member we spoke to made it seem like we were inconveniencing them. We scanned the qr code and there was no option to order food. We sat there another 15 minutes before we were finally able to flag someone over. We’d seen about 6 staff members upstairs just talking amongst themselves across the room. One walked by and said he’d find a server to help us and we never saw him again. Gary walked over and introduced himself. He was mumbling and we could barely understand a word he was saying. He kept telling us we should be able to order using the app, and I pulled it up on my phone to show him it wasn’t working. Then, he leaned over and grabbed my phone from me. He smelled absolutely putrid and I guessed he was either high or intoxicated. It was so gross - and I was wearing a face shield the whole time. My partner had on a mask. We both smelled him. Gary kept saying he’d take care of us, but we had to request everything like 3x. He told us we should know which wine we preordered for the table. But, what was the point of reserving a bottle if they don’t keep track of it? Another staff member approached to tell us she just “turned it on” and we could order food now. We were confused as to why everything was so unorganized and slow. A party of 4 older women walked in and sat at the table behind us. I was surprised to hear Gary make a lewd joke, which I found gross - but that party didn’t seem offended. It definitely wasn’t professional. Later, we heard the same party yelling at Gary over the bill. They asked to bypass the app and use physical menu’s for him to take their order. Big mistake. Apparently, the bill was incorrect. They wound up leaving early. The food was good and we enjoyed the performance, but we were ready to get out of there asap. Terrible service, and not worth the price for a subpar experience.
Response: Shanon, thank you for taking the time to share. I am really sorry that you didn't have a better visit here. We strive to make the food and drink ordering process seamless, but clearly, we're still working out some kinks in the system. I apologize that our team wasn't more professional--we always want the most for our guests, and we let you down. We'll discuss your feedback with our team, and if we can do anything else for you, please let us know. Best, Hope Calhoun - Training Manager - hcalhoun@citywinery.com

Yolanda Fraction: The Pros: Many thanks to our waiter, Gary. He made sure we had drinks as soon as we sat down and he provided awesome service. I almost didn’t book tickets because of many of the poor, recent reviews. But, I’m glad that I did. The performance by Tony was phenomenal. The service and food was not at all bad, perhaps, significant improvements had been recently made? The Con: The one thing that I did not like was how crammed in everyone is. I’d pay “double” to have more room. It’d be nice if they had an option where you could have a half a table to yourself as the high top tables were all taken. That will be my main reason for not returning soon is that with COVID, even though everyone is required to show their full proof of vaccination it still makes me uncomfortable to be that close to someone that I don’t know, especially given breakthrough cases are more possible now than ever. The venue is pretty awesome, I remember it from when it was “Love” many moons ago. They did a great job with completely redoing the building in that sense. It’s very classy.
Response: Yolanda - Thank you so much for visiting us at City Winery DC and taking time to share this feedback. I'm so glad that you enjoyed the show and the service you received from Gary. I do apologize if you were at all uncomfortable. We will keep your review in mind moving forward, and I hope you consider coming back in the future. Mark Pearson - General Manager - mpearson@citywinery.com

Tiffany “NewlyNatural” J: The Almost Ladies Night was ok. The preshow was fun. The DJ and her co-host were funny and very entertaining. The massages by Hands in Motion were amazing! Thanks to Darrel and Gabby for that. The food was hit or miss. We order the duck tacos, crab cakes, brussel sprouts, mushroom goat cheese risotto balls, and cauliflower. For dessert we had the dark chocolate mousse and the s'mores lava cake. Drinks we had the two of a kind and something else. There were a few things that I really liked....the Crab cakes were awesome with no filler but they could have kept the corn salsa that comes with it . The cauliflower was spicy and crispy. They were very good. The risotto balls were really good as well. My best friend said the duck tacos were flavorful but the brussel sprouts were lacking flavor.
Response: Tiffany, While I am happy to hear you enjoyed your night with us, I apologize some aspects of your dining experience left you wanting more. I assure you we will use this as an opportunity to improve as we are always appreciative of our customer's feedback. I hope we get another chance to impress you again, and in the meantime, if there is anything else you'd like to discuss, I welcome you to reach out to me when you have a moment. Best, Hope Calhoun - Training Manager - hcalhoun@citywinery.com

S. Seitz: Great venue! Very intimate. Not a bad seat in the house. Very friendly staff. The reason I did not give five stars is b/c their food/drink service left much to be desired. The food was good. The drinks were good, but receiving your order was a mess. The table numbers are on wine bottles in the middle of the table. I get it looks nice, but it's not functional. The table number gets covered since the bottle is in the way, the servers can't see the number, so items are just being delivered randomly. It has to be costing this establishment money to have to remake orders that are delivered incorrectly. It seems every table around me had the same issue. Maybe they can find something to affix on the table to help the staff and make the experience better.
Response: Thank you for reaching out. While I'm glad that you enjoyed the show, I apologize for the issues with our service. We want our guests to receive the food and drinks they ordered in a timely manner. This feedback will help us improve, and I hope you consider coming back in the future. Hope Calhoun - Training Manager - hcalhoun@citywinery.com

11. The Wharf DC

5876 reviews
The Wharf DC
Atmosphere
4.4
Prices
4.2
Location
4.1
Parking
4
Wifi
4.4

Address: 760 Maine Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 688-3590

Guy: Event venue


Review: "Was there for the Brian Culbertson jazz concert (Huge Fan)!"

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Nandita Venkatesh: Enjoy visiting the Wharf at DC. It's a happening place. Love the vibes there. Lots of restaurants and eateries line the wharf. We love the Ben and Jerry's ice cream and it's location. There is a huge fire pit on a pier / walkway. It's lined with swings and some benches. This is also the location to watch the Annual Christmas Boat Parade, fireworks, etc. There are quite a few public parking garages around. All in all a lovely place to hang out (with family too)

MILKOS D SOSA: This is currently one of the coolest entertainment venues in DC. It is full of restaurants and bars. It also has a seafood market, a theater, venues for events, the marina and several docks. If you want to enjoy a fun atmosphere, with music, food and drinks, this is the perfect place. And of course the view of the river is one of its greatest attractions. The sunsets are fabulous. And if you are a lover of architecture and design you will be delighted with the buildings that are along the entire walk. So, don't miss this place if you are in DC

Rob Outdoors: Beautiful waterfront! We were supposed to stay at the wharf, but opted out to stay at an airbnb because of the pup. Was there for the Brian Culbertson jazz concert (Huge Fan)! One recommendation, please go to the fish market to get some king crab legs, and clam chowder soup! Expensive, but worth it! Get your own butter! Cordial at the wharf is a good spot as well! If you are into wine, beer, whiskey, check it out! Highly recommend!

* dnainsb: This place is so cool! It's got rows of restaurants and shops along the docks and at one end it has a large marketplace where you can buy crabs clams all sorts of seafood cooked or raw. The restaurant choices are very and they've got some cute shops with souvenirs and collectibles.

anuradha menon: A fun place to hang out. A very fancy boardwalk. Has a variety of restaurants with a lot of food and drink options. Lots of seating to take in the breathtaking views. The recreation pier has some lovely swings and a camp fire thing at the end of the pier which is beautiful.

Arnold Flores: The Wharf DC Nuff Said. Hip, funky, wild, sexy, romantic, vibrant, cool Families, Singles, Couples, Prom Night, Date Night - fun, fun, fun. Great place to take a stroll, take in the sights, people watch, enjoy a drink at any local bar, smoke a cigar, grab a relaxed casual bite or more upscale dress to impress, something for everyone. Get there in late afternoon and enjoy the sunset dinning outside or inside. Take a stroll after drinks, with a cigar, or after dinner and enjoy scenery. Fun!

Michelle Torres: The Wharf DC was an absolutely gorgeous board walk. I enjoyed the couples swings, the bonfire at the end of the dock, the beautiful view of the city, and the stunning overlook of the water and boats. Although it was quite cold, and some construction going on during my visit there I strapped up my boots, smothered myself in my coat, and made it a point to enjoy the boardwalk a few times. It wasn't overcrowded, and that was a definite plus. The Wharf is a great place to enjoy alone time with your partner, or fun time with family and friends.

Aimee Lim: This is a place not to missed when in DC. Awesome views and great food places. Parking is a bit of a problem. But we enjoyed walking around and finding some place to it. We also end up buying cooked crabs and shrimp.

Jason Whittle: This is a newly developed and very popular area. Really busy during the weekend but plenty of space at other times. Trendy bars and restaurants but not overly expensive. Incredible fish market on the near side, attractive views over the river.Very picturesque at night with an impressive lighting display.

Maria Gomez: Nice to bring the family for a while to walk around. Many restaurants and bars and little shops to eat and drink. You will have a good time once you make it there. Parking is absolutely atrocious for this place and you will spend 35-45 parking in the garage with very limited amount of spots. If it's a one time visit, I'd say it was worth it. Street parking is expensive and absolutely horrendous as well.

12. National Gallery of Art

13937 reviews
National Gallery of Art
Atmosphere
4.5
Prices
5
Location
4
Parking
4.1
Wifi
4

Address: Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20565

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 737-4215

Guy: Art museum


Review: "Try Jazz in the Garden"

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Terry Bexton: AWESOME art. Absolutely unbelievable to witness these masterpieces in real life. I was astonished by the gift shop as well. Most people that know me know that I LOVE gift shops, and this one was definitely one of my new favorites. It had all the different art related things a person could think of. Absolutely would recommend this gallery to any art lover.

Kathryn Corselius: The National Gallery of Art is a great stop for any history or art lover. Boasting many different paintings from the biggest artists, the gallery is expansive and well-curated. I spent a couple of hours here and could easily have spent more time here. I would recommend planning ahead to locate the galleries that are a must-see for you, as after a couple of hours, it's easy to get fatigued by how many pieces there are. For history lovers, check out the presidential portraits by Gilbert Stuart and the famous painting of Marie Antoinette. I also recommend touring the galleries on the lower floor, where there are beautiful Degas and Rodin sculptures and early Colonial furniture.

Nay Wareenipha: Absolutely must visit if you love art and it's FREE! I saw a Davinci painting for the first time here with nobody around. It's very peaceful. There's also a FREE baggage deposit area so don't worry about your coats and bags. You can get a free map that will allow you to go through each section based on the era of the paintings. You can easily spend a whole day here. So many things to see. Additionally there's also an amazing free audio guide under some paintings that you can listen to which is fantastic. There's also another floor under dedicated to sculptures which is also very interesting. There's free WiFi in the premises. Also souvenir shops and food place. Plus, it's also next to the Smithsonian museum so you can see both in one day.

R Lin: I’ve been to the Gallery of Art a few times now, and it really just never gets old. It would also take at least one entire day to truly get through everything that’s there (the museum is HUGE, and has more than one building), so when I say it never gets old it’s the honest truth. There’s something new pretty much every time because there’s a back corner or section you accidentally missed the previous time. This place is beyond easy to get lost in. It’s definitely an iconic Smithsonian, and worth seeing. But again- this place is massive! Schedule a big chunk of your day if you want to see a lot of it, or else prioritize the works you want to see and grab a building map to help you stay on track (there’s a good chance you’ll still get a little lost). You get to see some true, original and iconic pieces here. I think it’s also fun seeing where the Gallery got the pieces from. If you’re at all a souvenir person you’d better also visit the gift shop (again, view the building map and follow signs because it can be tough to find). Love this maze of a museum!

Andrew Hovenden: So much to see. Take your time but don't dawdle or you will tire before you see it all! I posted my favorites and lesser known pieces I liked; and ones I want to know more about. Be sure to look at the frames and the floors. Some of the frames are amazing and the floors are beautiful wood. Decent place for kids under 12 but the might need help understanding why these are great works. Good Cafe with a nice Kale and chicken salad.

F SDK: I've driven 4 hours to be in Washington DC from PA, and this is one of the place we've stopped over. We didnt need entry fee, and the amazing arts took a couple of hours from our day trip. The place is huge, hard to walk all the way and see everything. We've tried to cover as much we could within a short time.

Noah Lepek: The National Gallery of Art should be on everyone's itinerary when planning a visit to Washington D.C. This internationally recognized museum holds works of art from every part of the world, allowing people to develop a better understanding of the world. When visiting the capital of the United States, this place certainly comes highly recommended.

Shravya Boppana: FANTASTIC! This is a great place to visit for all ranges of art lovers! It has such a wide range of art that is a ranged in an easy to digest walk through. The interactive guide through the app can help with understanding the history behind the artist and art, which is great for people who are just beginning in the art scene as well. It is a must visit!

Evan S: A free museum with so many fabulous paintings! The Van Gogh selection was amazing.. if you have time check it out! It was so easy to get in and out.

Kevin Shim: No entry fee. Wear a mask. This museum has a good collection of art. From early Rennaisance to modern. Da Vinci, Raphael, Vermeer, Degas, Monet, Degas, Rothko are the highlights of this museum. It’s laid out in a way to showcase how our perception of art has evolved over the years. The East building holds all the modern art. The underground concourse that connects the West and East building is worth checking out.

13. Westminster Presbyterian Church

71 reviews
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Atmosphere
4.9
Prices
5
Location
4.9
Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.9

Address: 400 I St SW, Washington, DC 20024

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10:30AM

Telephone: (202) 484-7700

Guy: Presbyterian church


Review: "I've enjoyed some of the best jazz performances in DC at Westminster"

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Christine Siluk: I was lucky enough to have my wedding here. All the staff members were friendly and helpful through the process of organizing the wedding. We paid to use their in house sound system and it sounded great for the precessional and recessional. The pastor of the church makes the stained glass and it's really lovely.

Kenneth Holmes: Kenney Holmes and the Big Blues Band put on a great show last night. Lot of fun and great food

Marcella Clark: Great Blues music every Monday. Only a $10.00 cover charge.

Jacquelyn Zimmermann: Superb jazz every Friday at 6 - 9 p.m. for a $10 donation. Top, nationally and world-recognized jazz musicians. Same on Blues Monday - authentic, professional blues music every Monday.

Mike Gingerich (MikeG): Great opportunity for listening to live blues bands on Mondays. Low key, friendly environment. Audience very active in enjoying the music. Food is available before the music and a while shirt it starts. Don't miss it! Jazz is played on Fridays.

Kisha Bridges-Ward: 🎶Live Jazz Band, excellent food & good old fashion fun🙂
Response: Thank you, Kisha! We're glad you had good old fashion fun.

Etna Cavalcante: I always loved this place. Place of peace, love and marvelous music. And close to the the Waterfront Metro Station. 🙏🎶💐
Response: Thank you for such kind words!

Empress 23 moon: A great opportunity to enjoy Jazz at it's finest.The entrance charge is inexpensive and the food is wholesome and delicious. I just love the people,the church,and the ambiance. What a great place to relax with friends, or all by yourself.👍😁
Response: Thank you for your kind words. So glad you had a great experience. Hope you can make it your place! Appreciate you spreading the word 👍🏼

David W.: The live jazz we heard on a Friday night was outstanding, and a bargain at $10. With few or no jazz venues operating during the pandemic, this venue is an excellent choice for high quality music.
Response: Thanks, David. We're so glad you discovered this gem of a jazz venue. All the best to you.

Lauren Carpenter: Loved the Jazz night and the food was amazing!

14. Mr. Henry's Restaurant

999 reviews
Mr. Henry's Restaurant
Atmosphere
4
Prices
4.1
Location
4.5
Parking
4.9
Wifi
4.2

Address: 601 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20003

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM

Telephone: (202) 546-8412

Guy: Bar


Review: "Is there really a better jazz vibe in DC???"

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Giovana Cianciarulo: My boyfriend and I came to visit the DC area and were recommended to visit Mr. Henry’s. As music lovers, we absolutely LOVED the musicians and Dominique Bianco‘s performance! Our server, Pat, was incredibly sweet and offered a dessert at the end when the food took some time to make (which we didn’t even notice because the jazz show was that good!) I recommend the steak, it was delicious! Mr. Henry’s, we will definitely be back!

Kristen Mehr, Truly Fine Homes: Went back for old times sake after 15 years...used to live around-the-corner from it on Capital Hill. Still same atmosphere but the nachos were not as I remember... too many beans...but their other food was good. Great neighborhood joint!

Nik Kei: Got the seafood platter which sounded good on paper but when it was brought out….. It was underwhelming to say the least. It was missing the fried oysters. It’s old dark and dingy to me and was just not impressed. Waiter was great though. I honestly don’t know why this place gets great reviews. Felt it was misleading.

Arash E: We went here for the jazz night on Wednesday and immediately fell in love with it, most of all for the staff's hospitality and the lively vibe. The food was great and the drinks were formidable. We asked them to pack the rest of the food and they gave us a fresh portion to go! Amazing! Just try to arrive early for the jazz night, otherwise it gets really busy.

Bhavik Sharma: Visited this place for the first time in 2018. Visiting again today. Love this place. The food is awesome and the people are so courteous

t mac: The food was great for my first time. But the waitress we had was not attentive and did not check to make sure we good or offer specials or what try out being though it was our first time.

Karen Abdulrasheed: Crab cake sandwich and spicy crab dip was delicious and was capped off with brownie sundae Service was excellent and food served hot. Waiter was friendly and efficient. Will definitely come back to dine again next trip to DC

Emily Lumley: My husband and I live nearby and this has become our go to spot. We come here every few weeks for Rita Tuesdays, amazing old bay wings, great service and HH deals you can’t beat in this area. Favorite Dish - Old Bay Wings and The Reuben 😅 Atmosphere - chill and family friendly, highly recommend!

Caleb Tacuri: Music was great. I was able to find a parking spot in front even though we got there a bit late, which was convenient. Waiters were polite and helpful. Only problem was our food was given to us with a dead fly on it which was a turn off and we ended up leaving. You might have a better experience if you don’t eat here.

Faith Mitchell: Was disappointed with my visit here as I always hear good things. Drinks were good, but the food was not. One item was clearly not made correctly as the taste was so off i couldn’t eat it. Fries undercooked, The burger and the fish sandwich I had tasted like they had no seasoning at all and the wings were fried way too hard. I couldn’t recommend.

15. Union District Oyster Bar & Lounge

556 reviews
Union District Oyster Bar & Lounge
Atmosphere
4.7
Prices
4.9
Location
4.4
Parking
5
Wifi
4

Address: 501 Morse St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 4PM

Telephone: (202) 621-9039

Guy: Oyster bar restaurant


Review: "They have live jazz every Monday night from 9:00 p.m."

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Vanessa Blackwood: A group of us went to celebrate a friend's birthday on 4/22/22. We chose VIP seating. We were escorted to our seats, and waited for at least 20 minutes before we saw the employee who seated us. We advised him that a waitress had not come by our table to take our drink or food orders. He got a waitress quickly and she took our drink orders. She informed us that the kitchen was behind and that there was a pause on taking food orders. During that wait, we did enjoy the DJ and the live band. We were given the opportunity to order, but it seemed as though just about everything was sold out. We were told that there was no more chicken, nor pizzas. We opted for fried oysters, and truffle fries. The oysters had absolutely no seasoning whatsoever. Additionally, tables next to us got wings after we were told that the chicken was finished. (that group arrived significantly later than we did.) TLDR: The music was great, but the food and service left a lot to be desired. Go and enjoy the music, but have dinner somewhere else first.

Michael Anderson: Enjoyed the food and enjoyed the service from the bartenders. My friend and I had never been here and decided to give it a try. The food was great, excellent bartenders and very courteous staff however, management(short Hispanic woman) tonight was horrible. She approached my friend and I tonight while we were at the bar spending a lot of money and reached in to grab a seat at the bar. We kindly told her his wife was on the way in from the car and we were told by her the seats at the bar had a reservation even though we had been sitting there eating and drinking over an hour prior to her coming up to snatch the seat. Who reserves seats at a bar? She had a very nasty attitude and when we kindly said this seat is taken and that my friends wife had walked out to the car, but was coming right back the manager said she was the owner and she had the right to take the seat. I paid our bill and tipped our awesome waiter and then we left. I made sure to tip well tonight, but we will not be back. Again the food is great, but the lady/management on the staff tonight was absolutely horrible with customer service. I really feel bad for your bartenders. They lost a lot of money tonight.

Arlene Fleming: I really didn’t want to post this due to the pandemic and businesses need to stay afloat however, my husbands birthday event was straight out of a “pranked” episode. The only good thing was the drinks. A one hour dinner turned into four hours because of the food. I worked with the chef for weeks preparing for the dinner for ten. The menu was wrong, the orders were wrong. The dessert was burned so the chef offered sugar rice. Then tried to charge full price. I continue to have nightmares about the event and finally decided to leave a review because as much as I want to support businesses, businesses should work to receive support!

Iris Odor: I patronized this business for the first time post covid and it was disappointing. I have visited previously and it was always great drinks, food and hospitality, so I had expectations. I invited friends for happy hour and there was a bartender who did a poor job of conveying the happy hour menu and bamboozled us into spending $35 for 1 plate of food (fish n chips) and got everyone's order wrong. I understand that businesses are still making up their losses, but that 20% gratuity should cover it. I'm not sure if it's under new management, but I will not return and will spend my dollars elsewhere. I gave 2 stars because the fish was good. $60 for 2 drinks and 1 plate during a happy hour

Keshia Wideman: We celebrated here on Karaoke Wednesday. What a fun, entertaining, and sociable setting. The atmosphere was very welcoming, and the band was lit 🔥. Kareem, and his wife where very nice to us with our 101 year old uncle. Yes, he was so excited about the women , and the music. We felt so good to be among our dmv people. Will definitely be returning.

Melissa Bostic: It was my first visit for a good friend's birthday party. The atmosphere was great and the staff/ DJ/food was on point!

Rachel Haywood: I think this might be the worst meal I’ve had in my 8 years living in DC. There’s a reason this place was almost empty at 7:30 on a Saturday night in the busy union market neighborhood. The shrimp and grits were comparable to Waffle House, the wine was room temperature (and it was about 80 degrees inside), and the cocktails were watered down and overly sweet. Oysters were fine but some of them were really small. Everyone working there was super nice, except for one guy who, when asked if there was soup available, laughed….it’s listed on your menu - this is not an absurd question to ask. The menu was also pretty pathetic. Several people came in and left after looking at it. This place would be a fantastic candidate for Bar Rescue. It’s got potential but there’s no way in hell I’m coming back given the million other options in DC.

kelli johnson: This place used to be amazing.. but apparently going down hill fast. They cut the amount of food down, however the price stayed the same.. the food didn't taste as good as I remembered it. The charbroiled oysters were just ok.. the wings were over cooked & instead of getting 10 like I was supposed to, I only got 7 & the only explanation I got for it was "oh we cut down ".. I guess the cut down on the raw oysters as well because I was only able to get a half dozen, but again the price was the same. In addition, the bathrooms we dirty.. urine everywhere! Highly disappointed

HersheyKiss Shelton: Great ambiance! Gives grown vibes! If the club is open then so should the kitchen. It's always closed. I ordered chargrilled oysters, it was more like they heated the oysters,then sprinkled cheese and served them. No seasoning no taste oysters very small yet over priced. Do better!!!

D Harper: Great Food. Very Friendly service. Atmosphere was welcoming. 1st floor is great for dinner or watching the games at the bar. 2nd floor gives a more Intimate, chill, lounge feel. Excellent vibe.

16. The Yards

292 reviews
The Yards
Atmosphere
4.6
Prices
4.6
Location
4.2
Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.4

Address: 1300 First St SE, Washington, DC 20003

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Guy: Park


Review: "Great views of the river. Nice large boardwalk and many trees for ..."

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Tyler Harris: I remember coming to this area just 10 years ago and it was not the part of town where you would want to bring your family. Now it has several beautiful boardwalks, bridges and green space that make this a great hangout venue. There are lots of great restaurants on the water with even more just up a ways.i really enjoy this area.

Aram Kamel: I thing the water need to cleanThey should find away for that .There is a sewage outlet in the same place people is hanging out. I don't know what is the reason.

Alex Novik: Nice and fresh place. Holidays with children are wonderful, there are many lawns, an outdoor children's pool with a waterfall, a beautiful view of the river!

Dwayne Clayburn: This place seemed like something you have seen on tv or a book about another place in another state but this beautiful spot is right here in DC. I think I have seen an old photo of this area on a Facebook post but from years ago when they were young. To miss out on the view for so long ahh. My favorite spot is Hanes point on the airport side and now i have another the yards. I only saw a little bit of it and was amazed at the amount I saw. Come down check it out there are places to go in a dine or just get the food and find a spot outside on a beautiful day. When I went it was a little cold but beautiful. I'll be back with either pizza or some Popeyes and lemonade to chill for a bit.

DAVID GILL: Great views of the river. Nice large boardwalk and many trees for shade. Grass area for kids to play. Also a good variety of restaurants to choose from close by.

Keith Delk: Perfect place for a photoshoot after good meals and drinks! Golden hour here is gorgeous (5-7pm.) Love the views and plenty of areas to sit for a nice chat or self introspection.

Giselle LP: Plenty of eateries, pathways to walk, bike and picnic, and beautiful views. However, when you look over the railing down below at the water, there are heaps of accumulated garbage - mostly plastic waste, so please don't litter. Apparently there's a waste management system in place, but why is there so much garbage floating around?

Rodger Brown: Great scenery and plenty of space to dine or grab friends and sit outside. The waterfront it so peaceful and there's plenty new attractions in 2022. The pier wraps around the area and gives a cool breeze as you bask in the sun. From ice cream to the winery, to Nationals Stadium, the Yards provides a lovely, diverse experience.

Bob Landes: Fantastic light and lanscaping. Wonderful place to walk along the river boardealk and over pedestrian bridges with many places to chill or have food and refresment.

Bas Harkink: Nice place to walk around and take a look.

17. The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center

477 reviews
The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
Atmosphere
4.7
Prices
5
Location
4.5
Parking
4.6
Wifi
4.2

Address: 8270 Alumni Dr, College Park, MD 20742

Telephone: (301) 405-2787

Guy: Performing arts theater


Review: "Have seen the UMD jazz bands/combos."

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Lisa Church: Saw King Lear by the Maryland Shakespeare Players on 5/13/2022. It runs for 2 more shows, and is a fantastic production in an intimate theater setting. Thos is a very talented cast! See it if you can!

Daniel Moylan: It's an interesting place. Students who are new to this building may get thoroughly lost first day, as I did. The building is really two buildings (the music dpt and the theatre dpt) wedded into one building by a hallway. That being said, the theatre dpt (main room) is nice, large, and modern, and it also includes a coffee shop. There are several large classrooms in the building designed for performance based arts. The music section has more classrooms that are smaller than the theatre ones, which is useful for music students that need practice rooms, but confusing for anyone else.

Arthur Harrison: This is one of the best aspects of the University of Maryland College Park. The abundance of talent is astounding, and there are many free events ranging from solo recitals to full student orchestra events. Parking, however is at a premium, with very few visitor spaces that are not particularly convenient to the building.

Sharon Keyser: The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center is a beautiful facility offering entertaining and extraordinary cultural events. I always enjoy the performances and interesting guests I see there.

Jahtay Teh: I've been here for the Blacklight Summit as well as other events, and it's a good venue overall. Also Blacklight was excellent!

Mary: There are amazing free public events at Clarice every semester! Check it out on their website. Also, if you are a student, Clarice has a really nice/quiet library

tina largent: Lovely performance hall. The smaller room we used eas fantastic for the acoustics!

Kevin B: Went out to enjoy some jazz. I've been here for jazz several times before. The artists are usually very unique. I almost never know what I'm going to experience.

Daniel Wright: Love this place. Have seen the UMD jazz bands/combos. They put on a great show. Some talented musicians. Looking forward seeing a musical and/or orchestra. Normally find parking nearby in lot Z.

Sajida Baig: Whenever my husband get some time, his favorite thing to do to his family is to take us to this performing arts theater.

18. United States Army Band

63 reviews
United States Army Band
Atmosphere
4.6
Prices
5
Location
5
Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.1

Address: Brucker Hall, 400 McNair Rd, Fort Myer, VA 22211

Telephone: (703) 696-3648

Guy: Band


Review: "It included the US Army Concert Band, Herald Trumpets, Army ..."

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Gary Potkay: It was an outstanding and well-choreographed performance. It included the U.S. Army Concert Band, Herald Trumpets, Army Chorus, vocal soloists from Pershing's Own, The Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps, and the Presidential Salute Battery of the 3D U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) a long with this year's special guest, singer, composer, arts advocate, and 2019 Miss America, Nia Franklin. The production included their rendition of several Queen songs which were done incredibly well. The concert I would highly recommend and of course you can't beat the cannons!

Frank: The premier Army music ensemble, "Pershing's Own," provides free concerts year round. The United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own” will provide musical support for the leadership of the United States, to include all branches of government, and to a wide spectrum of national and international events in support of Soldiers and their Families, public diplomacy, community and international relations, recruiting initiatives, and music education programs. The band connects the Army with the American people and represents all of the heroic men and women who stand around the world in defense of our freedom. Through music, “Pershing’s Own” truly represents the excellence that is found across America’s Army.

Kenneth Blais: The Army Blues Band is one of the preminent big band jazz ensembles in the world. Check them out! Also getting onto Ft. Meyer is relatively efficient and quick without a military ID.

Chris Clark: The premiere ensembles of the US Army. Check their website for frequent concerts in the DC area and on national tours. The musicians in this organization are among the best in the world!

Zhao Liu: One of the best musical institutions among the US Military. Go to check it out yourselves.

Mikas Papa: It was a great honor playing with your band!!!

Barbara York: The conference was amazing. The band provides a great service musicians and composers.

Garfield Skyers: It's the best band in the world. Their performance was impeccable

J: They're great, they're almost as good as the US Air Force band;)

Logan Stack: Awesome professionals. Highly reccomend watching if you get the chance. Great for all ages!

19. National Gallery of Art – Sculpture Garden

831 reviews
National Gallery of Art – Sculpture Garden
Atmosphere
4.4
Prices
4.5
Location
5
Parking
4.2
Wifi
4.9

Address: Constitution Ave NW &, 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20408

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM

Telephone: (202) 289-3360

Guy: Sculpture museum


Review: "Art in a park, DC jazz festival kick off"

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Sarah Hall: A lovely park with beautiful outdoor art to enjoy for free. You can even cool your toes in the fountain. (But they ask you not to actually wade in it.) Plenty of shade and grass, too.

Jenny Terry: Gorgeous small sculpture garden! I really enjoyed the thought provoking sculptures on display. I could have sat around the fountain and watched the ducks all day. What a beautiful little gem that I’m so glad we discovered.

Walt Nicholson: This is one of the best gems of the national mall. The garden is full interesting and thought-provoking artworks, and in the summer there’s an amazing fountain that turns into an ice rink in the winter. The café is one of the best places to get real food on the mall. The prices are a little steep for than most would like, but the food is good and it’s not on the high school bus tour itinerary. It’s a great spot to other plan your time in DC or to catch your breath after walking through the monuments all day.

DD Henderson: Was able to go ice skating. The price for skate rental and skating was around $14./ Child. Their is a cafe there to grab a cup of hot cocoa. Many of sculptures to take pictures of. Metered parking is available until 4 pm. After a few hours of ice skating head over next door to the American History Museum. Across the street you can take a ride on the carousel or have a picnic in the park.

Seth Grossman: Who doesn't love awesome sculptures outdoors? Only people that hate art and all things wonderful, that's who! In all seriousness, it's just beautiful to be able to walk around and experience art in nature. And if you can time you're visit just right, you can enjoy them in the perfect dusk lighting.

Richard Gross: Such a great place to find some shade and have a snack when out at the museum the national mall. They have a little cafe, nice bathrooms, and a water bottle refill. Plus lots of cool sculptures around the garden. The fountain is nice to watch. Great place and no entry fee.

David Hong: Very cute and small sculpture garden. There I'd a cafe inside and ice skating or other events during different times of the year. Best part of being here is just sitting on a bench doing whatever you want and looking around occasionally.

Kevin Shim: Nice little place to hangout.It has cool sculptures, an ice rink, and a cafe. Plenty of places to sit outside and just relax.

Hilda Kroll: Just walk in to see and admire the sculptures, sit or walk around the fountain in the summer that becomes a skating rink in the winter, and have something to eat or drink at the Pavilion Cafe. Don't forget to walk past Lichtenstein's House to see the optical illusion. Stop to see Roxy Paine's beautiful stainless steel tree sculpture as it reflects light and weather at different times of the day. And it's all free.

R Lin: Looking for a pleasant, outdoor place to hang out with food close by and a good view? Well, there are about a million spots like that in DC and especially the National Mall area, but hey, come try the Nat’l Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden anyways! It’s a pretty expansive garden, and the art to be found is so much fun. One game I really like to play here is to try and pose like the sculptures. Seriously, try it- you’ll definitely get weird looks from the passerby’s but the fun and laughs triumph! There’s a cafe in the garden that does have indoor and outdoor seating. It’s close by so many other museums and is actually across the street from the Nat’l Gallery of Art museum, which may be a little misleading. Check it out!

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