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HR-57 - CLOSED

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1007 H St NE, Washington DC, DC 20002-3743
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Union StationWashington DC Metro16 min
NoMa–Gallaudet UWashington DC Metro16 min
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Half-Day Grand Tour of Washington DC
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Half-Day Grand Tour of Washington DC

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Avoid the stress of renting a car and navigating on your own on this bus tour of Washington DC. A guide provides entertaining historical context, as you pass more than 50 of the city’s iconic landmarks, including the White House, Capitol Building, Lincoln Memorial, and National Mall. Unlike most city bus tours, a small group size ensures you have the guide's full attention for questions and comments.
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Travel_Bug81 wrote a review Apr 2014
Waterloo, Canada971 contributions602 helpful votes
We went here on a Friday to see the Anthony Parker Quartet. The show is listed as starting at 9, but in reality it starts closer to 9:30 or later. The place is low-key, with basic chairs and tables, with a small stage and a exposed-brick wall as the background. In between sets there is a screen showing old jazz favourites. The atmosphere was unpretentious, the service was good and the staff were welcoming. There is plenty of space. One is able to order dinner and drinks and enjoy with the show. On certain days (I think Wednesdays, but check the website to be sure), one can bring own wine or beer. The Anthony Parker Quartet was quite good, we really enjoyed the music, and the acoustics were good. The price was very reasonable - $15/person, a lot less compared to The Blues Alley.
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Date of experience: April 2014
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Eric S wrote a review Mar 2014
Frederick, Maryland57 contributions25 helpful votes
Cool little place! Good music, and not overly expensive! Not a stuffy place where you have to get all dressed up. Clean, and good acoustics to hear a little jazz!
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Date of experience: March 2014
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ioolie wrote a review Apr 2013
Bradfordwoods, PA344 contributions141 helpful votes
This little club was a nice find for evening in DC. It's nothing fancy, just a room with a bar and a bunch of tables, where jazz musicians play. There's a $25 cover per person, but you can BYOB and you can even BYOF (Bring Your Own Food), so you can enjoy a nice bottle of wine, a few beers, munchies, or whatever else you want to bring in with you, and for $25 enjoy some quality music. The place was not overly crowded and I was happy to notice that there was no smoke. The club is located on H street, a block or two from a dicey area (when we left the club around midnight, a bunch of police cars raced by with sirens blaring, due to a shooting in the area. So I would recommend a taxi. We did not feel unsafe, but I wouldn't walk around alone at night.) Definitely recommend for a fun night with friends and music.
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Date of experience: April 2013
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Neil H wrote a review Apr 2013
Washington DC, District of Columbia52 contributions23 helpful votes
This place is great. My wife and I stopped in to see Antonio Parker and his band, who plays every Friday night. the venue is very attractive and comfortable. tickets are only $15 and there is no drink minimum. You can bring your own wine for just a $3 corkage fee. They have a very limited bar and some limited food options. On the night we were there, they were serving chicken and waffles or fish and greens. We had a waffle with strawberries and it was very tasty. the music was surpringly good. Parker and his band can rock. They play a lot of standards (Coltrane, Rollins, Parker) and some of Parker's own compositions. When we arrived at 9, the place was mostly empty, but by 11PM it was nearly full. We will definitely be back.
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Date of experience: March 2013
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tsm331 wrote a review Aug 2012
Bucks County, Pennsylvania6 contributions3 helpful votes
While the new space that HR-57 has moved to still needs a little polishing off, the jazz is fantastic. My wife and I stopped in late last Saturday night and managed to catch the last three songs of a five piece group (we never did catch their name) that were just fabulous. Having a jazz club that both has a liquor license and is BYOB is a treasure more Washingtonian's should take advantage of. The sorriest thing about the 40 or so minutes we spent there prior to closing was the attendance. We were maybe the 4th occupied table in the place. While all in attendance were obviously real jazz fans that kind of turn out is just tragic given the quality of the music!
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Date of experience: August 2012
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