Washingtonian follows the party around the District

Meanwhile, at the Washingtonian In its February issue, the Washingtonian has an article that chronicles the party scenes of five area colleges. It can be trite (the writers have either long since graduated or are trying hard to… Read More

Myopenbar shuts down its short-lived DC site

Turns out Myopenbar.com‘s DC branch only stayed in town as long as your long-lost-friends who came in for Inauguration. Last week, the metropolitan drinking guide announced that it was opening a DC site, at long last. They also… Read More

Myopenbar finally makes its way to Washington, D.C., but use it or lose it

Finally, one of the web’s finest deal-crawlers is setting up shop in D.C. Myopenbar.com, which lists by days the open bars and events that are giving away free booze around a given city, announced that they were finally… Read More

Flex your constitutional muscle with tonight’s drink specials

It’s the 75th anniversary of Utah’s ratification of the 18th amendment, which means that 75 years ago today, Prohibition was repealed and drinking once again became legal in the United States after 13 years of nationwide mandatory teetotaling…. Read More

The hangover cure the print edition of the Voice won’t tell you about

Tim wrote a good article about hangover cures in this week’s Voice, but it’s nothing you wouldn’t find on About.com. [Ed. note: Will, I’m going to make you mail all the subscriptions this week…] I’m confused as to… Read More

Bar Review: The Brickskeller

You may not notice it, but you pass it every time you ride the GUTS bus to Dupont Circle. The mere existence of that free lift (and the three nearby bus routes that run past the university) make… Read More

Drunk Food on Healy Steps

Hot dogs are something I will only eat when I am drunk—and I mean KRUNK—so thank god that I’m a two-beer-queer and Mustard’s Last Stand is only open from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. The dogs are straight… Read More