Fur Night Club
Fur is an exceptional nightclub in Northeast D.C., with its 30-foot high ceiling, pulsating mainstream music, dynamic lighting system, and private chic lounges. Fur fits the needs of the most hardcore clubber to the occasional partier.
Nightclub 9:30 (or 9:30 Club)
The 9:30 Club is deeply rooted in history. First opening in 1980, the club hosted great musicians, including the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Beastie Boys, the Police, Bob Dylan, Chuck Brown, Smashing Pumpkins, and more. Awarded four times as "Nightclub of the Year" by Pollstar, the 9:30 Club blends a nightclub atmosphere with a concert venue.
815 V St. NW
U Street Metro stop
Madam's Organ Blues Bar
One of the many bars in Adams Morgan, Madam's Organ is a cool, bluesy place to drink and be merry, with live music seven nights a week, an eclectic soul food menu, and the typical bar atmosphere for all to enjoy, including pool tables, karaoke, and an open roof deck. And remember, redheads always drink half price.
My Brother's Place
As a CUA alumni-owned bar, My Brother's Place, or just "Brother's," is a natural hangout for CUA students, among many others. Students especially take advantage of Saturdays' $15 all-you-can-drink draft beer.
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A hookah bar with Middle Eastern music.
3205 Prospect St. NW
A favorite among D.C. college kids is the trendy and relaxing hookah smoking, a Middle Eastern practice. With varying venue options, students can smoke different flavored hookahs while feasting on an array of Arab food.
2405 18th St. NW