Live Music Clubs

Live Music Clubs

A suave Washington, D.C., bar with a modern European feel, the Spy Lounge is connected to Felix restaurant, both owned by Alan Popowsky. The chic nightclub hosts fittingly sophisticated live musical acts ranging from funk to Latin jazz and is thematically

Widely popular and charmingly eccentric, this one-of-a-kind Washington, D.C., bar has become a landmark to the Adams Morgan neighborhood. Featuring live blues and rock acts seven nights a week, Madam's Organ is one of the best places to catch up-and-comin

In true rock & roll fashion, this Washington, D.C., bar delivers an impressive dose of live music, via owner and house band front man "Sir" Walter Robinson. Armed with a Stratocaster and plenty of mojo, Robinson plays in a style reminiscent of his idol, J

Do you Tango? Samba? Mamba? If you answered yes, or if you're curious to try any one of the numerous genres of Latin dance, head down to this hot little Washington, D.C., dance club. Only open Wednesday through Saturday, Jazz Alley hosts lessons several n

Let's face it, when something's free these days, chances are, there's a catch. And with venues, a free show usually means the band will sound worse than your grade-school jazz ensemble. But at Columbia Station, you're likely to witness some great music for the whopping price of—you guessed it—free. A great place to catch a live jazz show at no cost and down a couple pints of your favorite brew, this Washington, D.C., bar and restaurant transmits a pleasantly jovial attitude through both its food and atmosphere. Friendly service and menu options like meatloaf, pasta and Cajun-inspired dishes will keep your wallet fat and your belly full. If you find yourself in the Washington, D.C., area with some spare time but without a dime, pop into Columbian Station. A word of caution: if you want to get a good seat, make sure to arrive early—you're not the only one looking for cheap entertainment

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