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Town Hall: where everybody knows your name

July 10, 2011

Town Hall is a true neighborhood tavern where everyone from Glover Park knows each other and everyone new to the scene is welcome. Town Hall was created by five friends who wanted to have a place where the food was great, the bar scene was vibrant, service was friendly and everyone felt at home.  And they've succeeded.

Pork chop mac n cheese (Photo by: Town Hall) Pork chop mac n cheese

Not the place to go for typical bar food, Town Hall is not just mixed nuts in a bowl, but rather breaks the stereotype with fare that would rival any white tablecloth establishment while providing the comfortable setting of a neighborhood restaurant.  Prices are surprisingly reasonable and the menu is ambitious.  Patrons have the choice to feast on anything from grilled cheese with tomato soup to tuna tartare to the pork chop with goat cheese mac & cheese.  And none of these options comes with a side of regret.  It’s all delicious.

The establishment has two floors with a classic pub atmosphere: dark wooden bars, soft lighting, and flat screen televisions for the sports fanatics. Unlike many traditional taverns, Town Hall’s ceilings are high, the décor is comfortable  and there's ample room to breeze around to that guy or gal eyeing you on the other side of the bar.  

Tuna tartare (Photo by: Town Hall) Tuna tartare

Known by many as “The Cheers of D.C.,” the staff is friendly, attentive, and generally interested in finding out what you’re about. James L. on Yelp.com wrote, “Everyone goes out of their way to make you feel welcome.  If you stop in a few times, it’s easy to become a regular.”

This gregarious and personable demeanor rubs off on the patrons, creating a social atmosphere that is buzzing with the lively banter of young professiona

Outside entrance to Town Hall (Photo by: Town Hall) Outside entrance to Town Hall
ls.  With an inclusive scene like theirs, great specials like Tuesday night half price wine night and their regular weekday happy hours, Town Hall feeds the need for familiarity in the midst of bustling city life.

Become a part of the Town Hall community with an Open Bar happy hour THIS Thursday, July 14th from 7:00-8:00 pm. For just $5.00 at ForkingDeals you’ll get all of the well drinks, draft & domestic beer, and house wine your heart desires.  This forking great deal also comes with a wristband good for 15% off food until the kitchen closes at 10:30 pm, but hurry because only 75 wristbands are available!

Town Hall is located at 2218 Wisconsin Avenue. Tel: 202.333.5641

 


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International wine tasting at HSBC Georgetown June 24

June 23, 2011

HSBC Georgetown invites you to  “Wines from Around the World” Friday, June 24 starting at 6:00 pm. This is a unique opportunity to join fellow Georgetowners as Bacchus Wine Cellar presents their exceptional bottlings from North America, Europe and South America. Space is limited.

Please RSVP by Wednesday, June 23 to Rokas Beresniovas at 202.250.1881 or rokas.beresniovas@us.hsbc.com

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HSBC Georgetown is at 1715 Wisconsin Avenue.


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Cathedral sing-along June 26

June 13, 2011

Cathedral Choral Society invites you to Join J. Reilly Lewis in a sing-along of Carmina Burana on Sunday, June 26. Everyone is welcome… experience an incredibly moving piece of music in a glorious space… interact with music director J. Reilly Lewis and enjoy the enchanting voices of Diane Atherton (soprano), Robert Baker (tenor) and Steven Combs (bass).

Tickets are $10 and available for advance purchase with a $1 handling fee at www.cathedralchoralsociety.org .

For more information, contact: dozment@cathedral.org

Cathedral Choral Society is located at the Washington National Cathedral, Massachusetts & Wisconsin Avenues.

Tel. 877.537.2228


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