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Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC

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July 21, 2017
The bar at the Georgetown Four Seasons it the place to be if you want see the political elite and Hollywood crowd.
April 17, 2017
Best overall Brunch in the DC area.
May 19, 2016
Best overall brunch in the DC area
March 19, 2015
Best Overall Brunch (* champagne brunch option)
August 21, 2014
great place for a fancy cocktail

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“We're calling it: this is the Oval Office of bars. Located inside the historic Willard InterContinental hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue, the stately Round Robin Bar is a stalwart part of D.C. history. Established in 1847, the handsome spot has polished mahogany, portraits of political figures, leather seating, and its namesake: a literal round bar—the better from which to sit and people-watch (a flagship D.C. pastime), with a throwback cocktail—there's a range, but the classics are what they do best—in hand. According to Willard legend, this is where Sen. Henry Clay introduced the Mint Julep to Washington; learn more at one of the bar's History Happy Hours, which feature authors, journalists, and museum execs as speakers. The bar was established in 1847 in the lobby of what’s now the Willard InterContinental Hotel, a Historic Hotel of America. Though it went by a different name then, Abraham Lincoln stayed there in the mid-19th century, and any number of politicians, socialites, and artists have tipped one back in the bar room, a classic leather and mahogany affair with a circular—or “round”—bar. Woodrow Wilson was a guest, so were members of the local literati like Mark Twain and Walt Whitman. As legend goes, Henry Clay introduced the Mint Julep to D.C. here. Now, the walls bear their likenesses. It’s also built a reputation as the site of much D.C. deal making; the proverbial smoke-filled room where partisan enemies share détentes, legislation is launched or lost, and kings are made. Though you’d never know it, it’s quite possible that your life’s been altered by decisions made at the Round Robin. Presiding over it all today is legendary bartender Jim Hewes, who’s been serving up history lessons and cocktails for over 30 years. He can talk about presidential preferences from experience or study, and for occasions like inaugurations and Presidents Day he offers a menu of cocktails crafted specifically for every president. Year-round it boasts a wide array of malts for its renowned Whiskey bar. If you’re in D.C. to see where it all happens, stop by the Round Robin Bar at the Willard. Power and bourbon can be quite the rush.”
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Sporting Goods Shop
Mexicaans restaurant
“Mexican triplex with innovative takes on Mexican street eats, rooftop bar & basement tequileria.”
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“Great for a casual, quick bit in Georgetown. Right on the main street it was founded by Georgetown grads and serves up delicious (and pricy!) lobster rolls. *Check out Groupon for deals before going.”
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2800 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, District of Columbia 20007
Telefoonnummer+1 202-342-0444