Tucked away in a basement beneath Napoleon Bistro, Hierarchy hosts cool pop-up art exhibitions. The contemporary shows change every...
District of Columbia Arts Center
The grassroots DCAC offers emerging artists a space to showcase their work. The 800-sq-ft gallery features rotating visual-arts...
Killer reggae and highlife bands take the stage nightly at Bukom. Be prepared for sore but happy hips as you join the mix of West...
Cashion's Eat Place
With an original menu and inviting decor, this little bistro is lauded as one of the city's best. The mismatched furniture and flower...
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Habana Village information
Squeezed into an old townhouse with a cosmopolitan bar and romantic back room, the Village is as close as DC gets to Cuba. That's not particularly close, but you do get good, stiff mojitos here, and the music – salsa, meringue, mambo and bossa nova – packs the dance floor fairly often. Instructors give salsa lessons ($10) each evening at 7:30pm.