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Great places to have a great time without the wallet.


Free show every night. Plus I've gotten free NSO tickets just from hanging in the hallways after the free show. Sometimes ushers happen to have free tkts!


$1 movie nights Mondays- no food/beverage min!


Can anyone say free tango lessons Wednesday nights? Speaking of embassies, on Halloween they all give out free candy so get your office to let you out early before the goods run out!


Ride your bike here and sit on the steps on a spring night. Happy sigh. Washington.


I really mean to say- the West Wing. Just make a friend who works at the EEOB and they can get you on a private 6 person Saturday tour of the oval office and rose garden. It's worth it.


Why is there a military base on my go out list? Because Ft Myers (in Rosslyn) has a bowling ally with prices from the 1980s! You do not need to be military (but prepared to get your car searched) : )


No cover for this bar! Plus they play a lot of 80s music on Thursday nights.


No cover!! No line.

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