The club hosts special guests and programming including winners from Drag Race, WTF?-themed parties around holidays, and Bear Happy Hour every Friday. I have discovered some great longer reading here as well and borrowed said book from another library. In this way it reminds me a bit of the Anarchist Bookstore in Berkeley, except you don't buy it you browse it.A lot of my classmates have since moved on to jobs in Washington, DC, and I live vicariously through them, dreaming of what might’ve been.As a whole, the couples I know in DC seem to be much happier with their lot in life than the singles I hear from.
TOWN DANCEBOUTIQUE: Town is the biggest gay bar in D. The dance club, in a converted warehouse, is only open on Friday and Saturday nights (aside from a few special events), and it is the spot for weekend fun.
I'm frankly surprised that no one has already written a review about Provisions yet - maybe there's a note circulated to library users not to advertise its existence on Yelp, lest it get overrun by people who don't actually care about its goals and community, but just want a respite from Starbucks... At all other times you are more than welcome to enjoy everything this wonderbar place has to offer.
And one thing I always love about this place is that it's quiet, calm, and not crowded like a library should be.
PHASE1 / PHASE1 OF DUPONT: Phase1 is not only one of the oldest queer bars in the area, but one of the oldest lesbian bars in entire country.
The bar, now in its 43rd year in business, is a true landmark. In addition to regularly scheduled programming, Phase1 has hosted its own music and arts festival (Phase Fest) for seven years.