District Underground Soft Opens Tonight in Adams Morgan

Thrillist shares the word that the former Saki located at 2477 18th St, NW is reopening tonight at District Underground. District’s Web site (warning super loud music plays) says:

“District is Washington DC’s newest addition to nightlife. With the space and design unlike any other venue in DC, District allows its clientele to experience the coziness of an upscale lounge with the space of a nightclub. District features 7,200 SF of space on two levels, a 60 foot wrap around bar, outdoor deck, large private table areas, the most spacious VIP table areas in the city, and state of the art lighting & sound systems. Our infusions bar featuresinnovative cocktails, house-made infused cocktails, and sodas, including our signature habanero infused tequila or home made “grand marnier”. And, our full-scale kitchen is open late, offering a menu of contemporary surf and turf fare and desert, a perfect complement to any party. District will be defined by unparalleled customer service and a celebration experience like no other.”

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  • They must have super-soft opened when I walked by two nights ago. Bar was open with some people inside. This is the former Saki space.

  • this sounds like the PERFECT bar for a PoP happy hour amirite?? popville loves it some bottle service!

    I must say that in-house grand marnier is pretty badass, too bad I will never try it.

  • “With the space and design unlike any other venue in DC, ”

    just a name like its neighbor, former club Chloe/”District”…

  • I went over the weekend and had a great time. I didn’t try the food but loved the basement dance floor. They have this sick light wall that wraps along the ceiling and flows with the music. I’m not always a club fan, but I really liked the vibe of this place.

  • I love that they’re serving sand.

    That’s what they mean by “offering a menu of contemporary surf and turf fare and desert”, right?

  • another bar in Adams Morgan… catering to the suburban weekend crowd… who cares. I for one don’t think you should waste the space by reporting on the goings on of 18th st.

  • When I read that description, I heard it in my head as if SNL’s city correspondent Stefon were saying it.

  • nice. I re-read it, and yes, that is pefect.

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