Suburban Extended Stay Hotel Quantico
3097 Jefferson Davis Highway
Stafford, VA 22554
Phone: (540) 288-9051
Fax: (540) 288-9052
3097 Jefferson Davis Highway, Stafford, VA, US, 22554
- Phone: (540) 288-9051
- Fax: (540) 288-9052
If Georgetown has a local bar, this is it. A neighborhood institution for decades, Mr. Smith's bills itself as the "friendliest saloon in town." Grab a burger or plate of fish and chips in the sunny dining area or out on the terrace. On weekend nights, live R&B bands play upstairs with no cover charge. But the most remarkable entertainment can be found in the basement level after 9p. Here you will find patrons singing along at the piano.
This stylish dance club features Latin music and is popular with a diverse crowd of college students, young professionals and the international set. The huge underground establishment has two bar areas and a raised dance floor. Salsa and other Latin music is featured, International latin sounds on Fridays and Sensationals on Saturdays. Wednesday is ladies night and there is no cover charge for women. Bravo Bravo offers light fare, including sandwiches, salads, pizza, and pasta. The club opens its doors daily at 10 p.m.
This gay bar in Dupont Circle is a trendy destination, popular for its dark ambiance and hot dance floor. The decor here is eclectic, featuring a wall of TVs. The front windows provide a different kind of entertainment. Adorned with mirrors, the windows allow passersby to check themselves out. DJs keep the dance floor lively most days of the week.
One of the few lesbian bars in town, Phase One has been open on Capitol Hill for years. You will often find regulars playing pool in this relaxed and friendly place. At night and on weekends, the amiable bar scene often gives way to a party atmosphere, when the occasional live band takes over.
A mainly gay crowd flocks to this country & western club on Capitol Hill. They come for the line dancing, the theme nights and the social scene. Dressed to dance, the regulars fall into the two-step easily. Line dancing is also popular. Everyone has a wildly good time. Should you need to give your tired feet a rest, kick back and relax at one of the quiet bars tucked about the place. For those who have two left feet, dance lessons are offered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
New Vegas Lounge gets crowded fast, especially when the "Out of Town Blues Band" is on stage. If the night is right, the band will indulge in a little audience participation or bring willing people on stage. The bar is small but friendly. Requesting table service is the best option. Patrons must be at least 18.
Murphy's of DC is an energetic pub that offers a variety of settings, each with its own style. The outdoor patio is always crowded. Inside, a cozy room has a fireplace, bar and comfortable seating and the main area is set up for live music, which is the draw on Thursday through Sunday nights. The menu is full of Irish classics, including fish and chips, meat pies and Irish stew. There are also the standard burgers and sandwiches.
The Chi-Cha Lounge feels more like the home of a good friend than a bar, with its small coffee tables and large, overstuffed, crushed-velvet chairs and sofas. Stop in early to smoke fruit-flavored Arabic tobacco before things get too crowded. The house beverage is a Latin American spiced wine called chi-cha, which comes in red or white. Have a glass of it with one of a dozen tapas. The attentive service means your drinks and light bar fare will be served quickly. Chi-Cha Lounge is open daily 5 pm onwards.
Black Cat is the place to come to see the latest local bands. This club features rock, pop and rhythm-and-blues artists and has been known to book some bigger names, such as Morphine and The Foo Fighters. Live acts perform in the main space while an eclectic mix of pierced party kids hangs out in the "Red Room". Light fare is available, and the bar has microbrews on tap.
This is a reliable spot for good music and home-style food. Columbia Station, in the heart of Adams-Morgan, offers live jazz or blues seven nights a week in a pleasant and intimate setting. When the weather is favorable, the patio is an ideal spot for watching the lively neighborhood scene. There is no cover charge, but there is a minimum charge.
Club Heaven and Hell is a long-time favorite with a varied clientele, due to its split personality. The upstairs level of the club is dubbed "Heaven," with angels and other ethereal creatures painted on the walls. A peppy 20-something crowd dances to pop hits under the radiance of strobe lights. Downstairs, in "Hell," a completely different mood dominates. The basement is dingy and vaguely sinister, with demonic images adorning the walls. There is no dancing down here, just a pool table and a bar.
Drink, eat, mingle and dance at this Latin club. A bar and restaurant area occupies the first floor of Habana Village, while the second floor offers a quaint dance floor which always packed with people dancing to the latest salsa tunes. The comfortable lounge seating provide a place to kick back and relax your feet between songs. Dance lessons are held every Wednesday through Saturday where patrons can learn to salsa, tango or meringue.