Hang out in the bars and lounges of Washington DC
Formally known as the District of Columbia, Washington D.C. is the capital city of the United States. It has the centers of all three branches of the federal government of the United States located in it. Away from the whirr of government agencies and malls are the city’s quirky clubs, bars and lounges. Flights to Washington D.C. will take you to the world’s most fantastic nightlife.
Bar Rouge is a part of the boutique Rouge Hotel. It is a pretty stylish bar which has reopened recently after having revamped its food and drink offerings. It has a striking décor, with lots of red, bold prints and sleek modern lines. You will find plenty of cozy booths and long comfy sofas on which to recline while sipping your drink. Cocktails offered are unquestionably amazing, like the Terrier (a blend of bourbon, lemon juice, hibiscus grenadine) or the delicious and aromatic Mary Me Goose (a blend of vodka, lemon juice, port wine and rosemary syrup). There is also a long list of wine for you to dig in. The venue has a chic and up-market atmosphere. Any of the cheap flights to Washington D.C will take you to this classy paradise.
Bourbon is another place where you can make the most of your cheap tickets to Washington D.C. It is a welcoming and intimate place, with its walls decorated with black and white family photos supplied by the regulars at the request of the owners. The whole place has a homey, comfortable feel to it. It has two floors, downstairs being the main bar and upstairs being the dining area. The bar is a long, narrow convivial room while the dining room has cozy leather booths for you to snuggle in. Their signature drink, bourbon, has over fifty different varieties on offer, from the familiar to the more unusual and unexpected. You can enjoy a few Tennessee whiskeys as well, along with a pretty decent selection of wine. So book your cheap flight tickets and get ready to indulge.
If you are looking for a Latino themed lounge, Chi-Cha Lounge is the place for you. It is a former fire station building, modeled on Ecuadorian owner Mauricio Fraga-Rosenfeld’s grandmother’s hacienda. There is pumping Latin jazz four nights a week while you sit on cozy couches, all the while munching tasty Latino snacks like tostados and corn kernels. Get those cheap tickets of yours and join the fun.