A toast to Washington’s fresh batch of bars: Places to sip, snack and celebrate right now.
Beer Director Sam Fitz is among the employees leaving the influential beer bar at the end of April.
Only two competitors are left in our beer bracket, and we want you to taste them both and pick a winner.
Free tots and 1040EZ shots because you paid your taxes.
Celebrate three years of DC Brau and hear champion DJs do their stuff.
Two levels of whiskey and craft beer take over the former 18th Amendment space.
But it’s still most definitely a bar.
Take advantage of 23 percent discounts at bars around Washington to highlight the pay gap between men and women.
Celebrate outer space with burlesque and dance music, and learn about the history of local beer.
The troubled Northeast nightclub will be sold at a bankruptcy auction on May 1.
Whether you support the Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies or Cincinnati Reds, there’s a sports bar waiting for you.
From “Top Chef” sandwiches to fresh local beers, here’s what’s new at Nationals Park this season.
There’s a new lineup of food and drink options for baseball fans this year.
Eight beers remain in the annual Beer Madness bracket. Head to Meridian Pint this week to sample and vote for your favorites.
The Union BBQ music festival features a DJ set by Jamie xx of The xx, a Moombahton Massive stage and chefs serving barbecue.
This week includes a birthday party for Marvin Gaye, some excellent hip-hop shows and the return of P.J. Clarke’s oyster happy hour.
Also: Oyster happy hour and a Marvin Gaye celebration
Cast your final vote to decide which D.C. memorial will rise above the rest.
The Old Town restaurant reinvents the Harvey Wallbanger, and other retro drinks.
Cast your vote to decide which of D.C.’s memorials will rise above the rest.
Fritz Hahn has written about bars, drinks and nightlife for the Washington Post Weekend Section since 2003, but he also writes about everything from Civil War battlefields to sailing classes. A product of Prince George's County public schools, Fritz majored in journalism at the University of Maryland and lives in the District.