The local stoner-metal trio marks the release of its new album and a collaboration with Port City Brewing Company.
Bring unwrapped toys to the Barracks Row bar on Friday and exchange them for free drinks and raffle tickets.
Every Tuesday, the Going Out Guide highlights the week’s best DJs, bands, dance nights and parties.
Also: a beer tasting, holiday-themed bar crawls and Nerd Nite.
MARC trains will make it even easier (and cheaper) to explore Baltimore’s bars. Here’s where to start.
This week’s highlights include comedy, happy hours and beers to make the end of Hanukkah and vintage cocktails to mark 80 years of the 21st Amendment.
Toasting Repeal Day, the anniversary of the end to Prohibition.
From big bands to DJs, there’s a party out there with your name on it. All you need are tickets.
The Mount Vernon Triangle restaurant and bar is selling holiday trees to raise money for the D.C. Firefighters Burn Foundation.
One of the world’s most sought-after bourbons can be had for a bargain price in Columbia Heights.
The former frontman of the Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan has found a new genre: holiday classics.
Once a month, Mike Isabella brings celebrity chefs into his kitchen and invites the public over for dinner.
The Fairfax bar will welcome bleary-eyed customers on Nov. 29.
This week, we’re looking at your Thursday dinner (and after-dinner) plans, Animal Collective’s DJ gig and the Walkmen’s debut at Union Market.
Thundercats, Bullbuckers and Walkmen scheduled to perform.
“Doctor Who” celebrates its 50th anniversary tomorrow, and the Queen Vic is hosting a viewing party.
The Illinois State Society, Northwestern University alumni and the D.C. Bears Fans are fundraising at Union Pub.
The Office of Tax and Revenue seized Stadium Club to settle a debt of more than $100,000.
When it’s cold outside, head to these bars for warming outdoor fires and delicious seasonal drinks.
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.