+ The Hamilton
+ Grab A Cool Brew Or Two At ChurchKey
Beer lovers all over the District are relishing over ChurchKey, the newest addition to the trendy 14th Street lounge scene. As the more casual, chic counterpart to its equally anticipated other half, Birch & Barley, ChurchKey boasts an out-of-this-world beer list, packed with a variety of unique brews. The always packed, “it” beer bar boasts over 50 drafts, 500 bottles and 5 English-style cask ales – Washington’s largest selection by far. For those looking to take advantage of the bold assortment, grab a seat at one of the comfy, oversized banquettes and try ordering a variety of 4-ounce servings.
Don’t sample on an empty stomach though – ChurchKey’s witty menu is almost as impressive at the booze list. Executive Chef Kyle Bailey has concocted some quirky small plates that pair perfectly with Beer Director Greg Engert’s brews. Bring your foodie friends with a sense of humor, and share an order of the Disco Fries with Cheddar and Sausage Gravy or the whimsical Green Eggs & Ham – deviled duck eggs served with duck pancetta and sage.Visit churchkeydc.com for more information.
Insider Tip: ChurchKey will offer unique beer flights soon! For those who can’t handle the hops but still want to savor the new menu, all ChurchKey flatbreads can be prepared gluten-free.
+ Billiards, Bars and Darts at Rocket Bar
Sometimes there's nothing more fun than hanging in someone's pimped out basement, playing games, and hanging with friends. But when you're in the city, basements are few and far between. That's why many young Washingtonians head to Rocket Bar. With 17 HDTV's, 7 pool tables, 6 shuffleboards, 6 darts, 2 jukeboxes, boardgames, and 3 full bars, Rocket Bar is the ultimate house party.