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The 5pm Post – Jazz in the Garden After Hours at Redline

by Prince Of Petworth July 15, 2011 at 5:00 pm 8 Comments

Photo courtesy of Redline

From an email:

I wanted to let you know about Redline’s newest summer promotion, Jazz in the Garden After Hours.

Redline invites jazz enthusiasts to cool off and indulge in a free glass of champagne or draft beer after attending the National Gallery of Art’s Jazz in the Garden concert series on Fridays. In order to receive the complimentary drink, concert attendees only need to tell the bartender who performed at Jazz in the Garden. After enjoying a drink, attendees are encouraged to stay, sip and dance the night away as the DJ spins today’s top 40 hits. This seasonal celebration of art and nightlife will last until September 10.

Redline is located at 707 G St., NW, in the heart of D.C.’s Penn Quarter neighborhood.

  • Chick Derrick

    I love Redline. Only in DC would you find Jazz at a NASCAR bar!

  • Eric in Ledroit

    Where does it say anything about jazz? From the post, they will be spinning “today’s top 40 hits.”

    I hope you are making some cash off this post Dan, because there are thousands of equal or better drink specials at bars all around the city, and this has nothing to do with jazz at the sculpture garden.

    • Anonymous

      I would certainly hope that, for the sake of journalistic integrity, this blog isn’t pay-for-play.

    • another guy named Chris

      Whats better than free beer?

    • J

      I’d like to know what other bars all around the city are giving out free beer.

  • SF

    There aren’t very many jazz enthusiasts at Jazz in the Garden.

    • Anonymous

      It’s an attempt at broadening the horizons of those Nascar fans, I’d guess.

  • anon

    Just a ploy to get people to a bar that is very slow now that the caps season is over…probably because its supposed to be a sports bar but it has a DJ spinning top 40. Now it wants the jazz crowed too, talk about an identity crisis!


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