For a soothing experience mirroring the sensual music it was named after, slide into the aptly named Bossa, a Washington, D.C., lounge refreshingly separate from the raucous atmospheres of other Adam Morgan nightclubs. This cozy, two-story bar hosts rotating art exhibits by local painters and photographers, as well as an occasional live musical performance. Diners will enjoy the mostly organic tapas menu, which features delicious items such as tuna mignon and spaghetti with sautéed shrimp. A subdued atmosphere and drinks by candlelight make Bossa an ideal setting for an intimate night out with that special someone.
The "original" Tortilla Coast has been a Capitol Hill institution for lunch, dinner, happy hour and weekend brunch for locals, tourists and politicos alike since 1988.
Happily offering tasty Tex-Mex favorites, world-famous frozen margaritas by the pitcher and generous hospitality, our legendary restaurant and watering hole is a fun, festive and unique spot from which to watch the capital's movers and shakers in action.