Rare ryes in a gorgeous Georgetown nook

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Rare ryes in a gorgeous Georgetown nook
Rare ryes in a gorgeous Georgetown nook

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Just because the C&O Canal isn't some major shipping lane doesn't mean it can't be a major sipping lane. So hit the Capella Hotel's legitimately beautiful Rye Bar, which serves up barrel-aged 'tails and rare rye whiskeys to patrons sitting at a marble-topped honey-onyx bar, or on large Chesterfield leather chairs next to floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto the canal

Their "hard harvested" ice program means your drink's cooled with chips from a whole block, hand-pressed spheres, or stainless steel "cubes"

Said ice chills drinks like this Old(er) Fashioned with Lustau Pedro Ximenez sherry, rye-soaked maraschino cherries, and Dad's Hat Pennsylvania Rye

Like a very ineffective Donkey Kong, they're all about rye barrels, and have a cocktail aging program that lets Dad's Hat concoctions mellow in those suckers for about six weeks

This barrel-aged Manhattan rocks Dolin Sweet vermouth, Byrrh Grand Quinquina (an apertif), and house-made orange bitters

And even this marrow gets doused in rye, (well, technically, its parsley crumble does), so don't you even think about calling it bone dry.

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1. The Rye Bar 1050 31st Street NW, Washington, 20007 (Georgetown)

Just because the C&O Canal isn't some major shipping lane doesn't mean it can't be a major sipping lane. So hit the Capella Hotel's legitimately beautiful Rye Bar, which serves up barrel-aged cocktails and rare rye whiskeys to patrons sitting at a marble topped honey onyx bar, or on large Chesterfield leather chairs next to floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto the canal.

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