Passport solo

The DC Passport is your drinking guide to help you discover new favorite bars and restaurants throughout the District. Imagine stepping into a new bar as you and your guest take a seat. Greet the bartender and flash your drink passport. Once your drinks are ready your bartender will stamp your page.

This summer 50 bars and restaurants will be featured. The program runs Friday of Memorial Day weekend, May 27th through Monday, September 5th of Labor Day weekend. Sales begin May 17th with options to either purchase on The Passport Program website or in person starting May 25th at Politics and Prose (5th  Street) or Salt and Sundry.

For only $20 your little pocket-sized black book will allow you to purchase two drinks for the price of one. The options will include everything from signature cocktails to craft beer and local wine. Whether you are in the mood for a dive bar or want to romance your date at a swanky new restaurant the passport has you covered.

The Passport Program began in Denver, CO four years ago and now this is DC’s second year. The program is also established in the following cities: Boulder, Brooklyn, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Los Angeles, Kansas City, Nashville, Oakland, San Diego, and Seattle.

Participating Locations:
1831 Bar & Lounge
Acre 121
The Argonaut
Atlas Arcade
Barcode
Bayou
Buffalo & Bergen
Church+State
Coppi’s Organic Restaurant
Copycat Co.
The Coupe
DC Harvest Kitchen & Bar
DC Reynolds
DECLARATION
Driftwood Kitchen
Duffy’s Irish Restaurant & Pub
Eat the Rich
The Fainting Goat
Hank’s Oyster Bar, Dupont Circle
The Heights
J.Paul’s
Jug & Table
Kapnos
Le Grenier
LINCOLN
Lou’s City Bar
Maple
McClellan’s Retreat
Mr. Smith’s of Georgetown
Nanny O’Briens Irish Pub
New Columbia Distillers/Green Hat Gin
Old Glory BBQ
Paolo’s Ristorante
Petworth Citizen
The Pub & The People
Rocket Bar
Roofers Union
Sauf Haus
Shaw’s Tavern
Silo
Slate Wine Bar and Bistro
Slim’s Diner
Slipstream
Suburbia
Surfside
TEDDY & the Bully Bar
Thally
Town Hall
The Twisted Horn
Union Social

 

Written by Lisa M. Comento