Situated in a tall, narrow building prototypical of East Coast urban architecture, this Washington, D.C., neighborhood bar is an eclectic assortment of New York chic, dive-bar funkiness and Adams Morgan sophistication. As the name suggests, the décor is pharmaceutically themed—the place is supremely unique in this category. At each of the 14 tables, an array of pills are scattered beneath a layer of glass, and the walls are painted with medicinal containers. But unlike the doctor's office, Pharmacy Bar offers outstanding food to complement its prescribed elixirs. Unusual sandwiches like smoked salmon and dill cream cheese, along with traditionally prepared salads, make this Washington, D.C., bar and restaurant just what the doctor ordered.