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Details: Jack Rose Dining Saloon
: So downright casual, you might feel uncomfortable.
: Anything goes, just relax and have a good time.
: Clean and snappy.
: A little on the up-scale side. May have a dress code.
: You'd better be on your best behavior. Almost certainly has a dress code, or should.
: Cheap - Prices are cheaper than found at most other good bars in the area.
: Average - Prices are about the same as found at most other good bars.
: Pricey - They are charging more here than at most other good bars.
: Expensive - Hopefully, somebody else is paying. If they aren't, maybe you should have just one, just so you can say you did.
: None - Hope you aren't hungry, even in the slightest.
: Snacks - Very simple bar snacks. Peanuts, pretzles, that sort of thing.
: Light - Small appetizers, small plates, great if you're not terribly hungry.
: Full - A full meals worth of things to order.
: None - First come, first served.
: Available - Not needed, but you could if you wanted to.
: Required - You need to call for reservations.
: Private - Members Only, or otherwise not available for general attendance.
Jack Rose Dining Saloon
2007 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
Jack rose dinning Saloon I believe has the largest selection of Scotch and whiskey in the U.S. Also great mixed cocktails. You can dress up or down. The I side feel is like a library of congress the way the bottles cover wall to wall.
They have a down stairs speakeasy; to get in you are required To reserve:
you must send a text with name, date, and # of people in your party to: 202.607.1572
Someone will text back...Read More dram and grain
This is my favorite place for a few reasons:
1. The bartenders are geniuses
2. It's secretive
3. It's dark and dreary
4. It makes me feel like I'm doing something illegal
I HIGHLY recommend this place to anyone who takes their cocktails seriously. If you're a cheap ass, don't come here because yes, it's expensive. Worth it.
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on Sun, Aug 23, 2015
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