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- 98%Nightlife Lovers
- 78%Local Culture
- 71%Art & Design Lovers
- 58%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 58%Adventure Travelers
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- Adams-MorganMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Apr 02, 2014
How did I miss this place before?! It took me 5 trips to discover this gem of a conglomerate of streets/district. We came here looking for a specific restaurant - Donburi and I was absolutely overtaken by the liveliness and foodiness of Adams-Morgan in the evening. Intervening small shops and restaurant alongside each other all buzzing with fun, food and people. We walked by so many places that I would love to go in and try, till next time!
- Adams-MorganOct 21, 2013
For a night out in the city, you can't beat the Adam's Morgan Neighborhood. Streets upon streets of closely packed bars mean that your next drink is just a few feet away and that a fun-loving crowd is always ready to rage from happy hour until the bars close (around 2am). Don't miss "Jumbo Slice" -- an Adam's Morgan tradition of pizza slices the size of your head, best enjoyed after a few drinks, and preferably washed down with a nice cold beer.Recommended for:
- Adams-MorganMember ofBusiness TravelersFamily TravelersFoodiesNightlife LoversOct 04, 2013
Adams Morgan is a cool, hip neighborhood in DC - head here to check out the restaurants and the nightlife. If you haven't tried it before - try one of the areas Ethiopian restaurants (there are several on the strip) - unbelievably tasty and fun.Recommended for:
- Adams-MorganMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Aug 28, 2013
I forgot that I visited Adams-Morgan when I worked in DC. Thank you Gogobot! Adams-Morgan is not accessible by metro and it's a 10-15 minute walk from the nearest station, but it's such a lively vibrant place that it's worth the short trek. This especially holds true when you visit the neighborhood at night. With its ethnic restaurants, shops, and bars, it's definitely one of the more interesting areas of DC.Recommended for:
- Adams-MorganMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness TravelersGreen TravelersAdventure TravelersMar 24, 2013
Most tourists to DC know about Georgetown and that's a great place to visit, but Adam's-Morgan - DC's "other" nightlife neighborhood is often overlooked. It's a lot more earthy and real than it's upscale sister - and you'll have loads of fun exploring African dance clubs, Ethiopian restaurants and Nepalese gift shops. It's eclectic and truly international.
- Adams-MorganDec 07, 2012
The place for twenty-somethings to thirty to go bar-crawling. The area ranges from hip lounges to dive bars. Most places have DJ's or music nights throughout the week and obvi on the weekends. It definitely gets crowded so take the Metro if you can cause parking is impossible. But on the PLUS~ there is a NY style pizza spot so when the bars let out you can get a huge slice.
- Adams-MorganDec 06, 2012
This at one point was a dangerous area in D.C. Then it became a place to go out. At some point it began catering mostly to frattier individuals. Currently, it's one step removed from a good time. Sure, bars populate the place, but they aren't that good, and food options range from pizza bigger than your face to pizza bigger than several faces. I'd recommend H street or U street, as they are newer and better places to go out.
- Adams-MorganMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4Nov 17, 2012
The most well known place to go out. There are a lot of fun bars and cheap eats, but be prepared to be constantly asked who you work for, and listen to people try and enumerate their accomplishments. Oh, D.C.
- Adams-MorganMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Nov 08, 2012
Adams Morgan used to be the sleazy/trashy place to go out and get completely hammered. Since then, there have been some worthwhile bars popping up like Black Squirrel, Jack Rose, Bourbon, and Southern Hospitality. If you're looking for a one stop shop in DC nightlife, Adams Morgan is your place.
- Adams-MorganMember ofLocal CultureFamily TravelersFoodies+ 2Sep 05, 2012
This is the place to hang out in DC if you are young (20s ish) and single. Lot sof great bars, restaurants and funky shops. 18th Street and Columbia Road is where most of the action is. Lots of "ethnic" restaurants. Very central with good public transport links.
- Adams-MorganJul 04, 2012
Packed full of stores, restaurants and bars, this part of town has a much different feel at night. Jumbo Slice is a must visit, especially after 12am. A flavorful part of town with cuisine with so many different types of restaurants just point in a direction, walk and you'll find something you've never seen before.
- Adams-MorganMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness TravelersFamily Travelers+ 2Jul 04, 2012
Definitely a place to go out while in DC, with numerous bars and clubs. During the daytime, Tryst is a cool coffee shop if you want to hang out with your laptop. Perry's has a weekend brunch, a rooftop, and a drag show. Ultimately, you can walk anywhere on 18th St NW between U St. and Columbia St. and find something to do.