This bi-level upscaler's hosting live cabaret on a 20ft glass-enclosed stage suspended above the bar, and is otherwise outfitted with satirical murals of political/ religious figures, gilded and faux-marbled columns, and medallion-inlaid tabletops. Fittingly lavish feasting comes via dishes like the "Pennsylvania Confucius Duck" with hay smoked foie gras langoustine, or a Waygu beef strip loin with leek & potato clafoutis, whilst celebration comes by way of cocktails like the tequila/ lavender/ agave nectar/ egg white "Shaky Alibi" -- though frankly, telling her you were out watching cabaret dancers shake won't really be that effective.
Published: May 11, 2011 at 4:00am EDT
734 11th St. NW,
Washington, DC 20001
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