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Heist, the robbery-themed bar near Dupont Circle, is celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Antwerp Diamond Heist this weekend. For $1500, you'll get one of three glamorous cocktails by mixologist Kristopher Carr, and each one will contain a loose diamond slightly bigger than a carat. One guest will be surprised with a heart-shaped diamond for $2k. More»
Lamar Odom warmed up for tonight's Wizards match with a low-profile evening at Capitale last night. The Los Angeles Clippers forward ordered three bottles of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label and one bottle of Peach Ciroc for six of his male buddies. His friends later returned the favor with five bottles of Moet Rose Imperial. More»
Pose, the famous lounge on the 18th and 19th floors of the Gaylord Resort at National Harbor, is now a part of the Big Night DC celebrations with special Velvet Rope VIP tickets and tables. Guests that opt for this super-upgraded package will enjoy New Year's Eve in an exquisite club-like atmosphere with a dining menu featuring fine cuisine, and rare breathtaking views of the Nation’s Capital, Old Town Alexandria, the Potomac, and National Harbor from Pose's 18-foot, floor-to-ceiling windows. More»
[Eric Lund, Ryan Seelbach] It was impossible to know what to expect of The Huxley, a new venue which has gathered endless hype since Eric Lund and Ryan Seelbach decided to go into the nightlife business together. The two themselves are an unconventional pair: Ryan is a fixture in the competitive Georgetown social scene, while Eric is a famous DC club promoter.
The two introduced the Huxley to a few hundred Washingtonians with rose gold (and a few black) metal VIP member cards enclosed in heavy duty invitations sealed with wax marked with an "H" stamp about a week ago. In the invitation, they request "black tie." Some invitees uploaded photos of the cards with panties and cash to LateNightShots.com to poke fun at the pretentiousness of the invitation.
Black tie attire was a huge risk for the two to take with a crowd that defaults to business cocktail attire for, well, everything. Why black tie? "I wanted to do something different," Seelbach told Guest of a Guest. It turns out that the formal feel really made the evening magical, and ultimately made it the best venue opening I have ever been to. More»
Moet Hennessy-sponsored Park Fridays was brimming anticipation so thick Friday night you could just taste it. Guests waited with bated breaths, packed like sardines on every level of The Park at 14th, waiting for the man of the hour: Nas, aka Mr. Nasir Jones, the multi-platinum rapper and actor.
Women couldn't keep from drooling at the empty VIP velvet-roped area. Grown men tried their best to play it cool with their camera phones in hand. And then, just past 12:30am, the man of the hour casually strolled in. He nodded here and there, smiling his coy smile. More»
Individual tickets to the W Hotel's July 4 party SOLD OUT over the weekend, so the only way to enjoy the best view of the National Fireworks show on July 4 is to spring for one of the remaining tables with your best friends. [RESERVE HERE]
Tables start at $900 for six people, with prices rising the closer you get to the south railing. Each table gets its own dedicated server, custom cuisine and cocktail menus, and access to the Burnt Sienna dance party. More»
Mayor Gray was at the New York Avenue Beach Bar opening this evening for about an hour, playing cornhole and greeting beach-happy Washingtonians.
He kept his shoes on.
With the recent nightlife legislation he's been passing (or trying to pass), it won't be too long before we can legally smoke weed and booze it up in the NYABB sand until 4am. More»
Saturday, May 18
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.