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At Eastern Market there is a prohibition-style “speakeasy” that is fun. They do require reservations thorough. Eastern Market there is an Italian restaurant called Acqua Al 2 and a Capital Hill classic called Tunnicliffs.
Accessed by a secret sliding wall, this snug, dimly lit space serves craft cocktails & snacks.
Speakeasy-style lounge in the heart of Eastern Market. Food is decent, but the atmosphere and cocktails are excellent!
Taking a cue from the prohibition era, this bar functions as a speak easy. The door is unmarked and is not easy to find, but it's to the left of Aqua al 2 Italian restaurant. They have food and drinks.
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“The filet with blueberry reduction sauce 😍. Also all of their pasta is hand made and you can’t go wrong with it. The original sister restaurant is in Florence and is amazing!”
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“Creative and delicious Balkan food, served in a small-plate style. Everything is delicious here! The cocktails are also amazing, featuring rakia, the popular fruit brandy of the Balkan region. ”
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“Recently given a Michelin star and named many years running as a top restaurant in the country - they used to not accept reservations so you would have to line up in the afternoon to get a dinner slot. They do same day reservations now though starting at 9am, which you can access through their website. Definitely a splurge date night place!”
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“A rustic whiskey lounge featuring a menu of Southern small plates and a cozy feel. This is one of our top go-to spots for weekend brunches. ”
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“Eastern Market is a historic market, built in 1873 as part of Pierre L’Enfant’s design for the city to include local neighborhood markets throughout the city. The architect of Eastern Market, Adolph Cluss, was the same architect who designed the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building (the Smithsonian “castle” on the Mall!). The Market is open daily from 7am – 7pm (closed on Monday), and includes vendors who sell fresh local fish, meats, cheeses, flowers, and local goods. The big draw for the Market, however, is the weekend artisan market in which hundreds of DC’s local artists and crafters set up tents to sell their beautiful and artsy products. 7th street is closed down and it is a lot of fun! The artisan market is from 9am – 5pm each Saturday and Sunday. The Market Lunch is a cafe in the Market that serves a great breakfast - be sure to check it out! The “blue bucks” pancakes (blueberry buckwheat pancakes) are amazing and “the brick” is their famous breakfast sandwich.”
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