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Washington, District of Columbia
Joined Apr 2010

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6 Loved Places

Listings

  • Freddie's Beach Bar & Restaurant Northern Virginia, Arlington
  • Annie's Paramount Steakhouse Dupont, Washington
  • Mr. Henry's Pub Capitol Hill, Washington
  • Cafe Berlin Capitol Hill, Washington

Events

  • Cambel
    Cambel reviewed Freddie's Beach Bar & Restaurant Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Fun place to stop in.
    The owner Freddie can make you feel that you've just stopped by his beach house for a party. The bar is the only gay bar in Northern Va. and they do a good job of being all things to all people. The drag bingo is fun as well as the overal crowd. The one sore spot for people used to DC would be that this is still VA. and the smokers know it!

  • Cambel
    Cambel reviewed Annie's Paramount Steakhouse Over a year ago
    Loves it

    A DC Landmark
    Annies is one of the few remaining restaurants in the DuPont Circle area from when it was the only gay hotspot in DC. The large interior can handle even the hungriest Saturday Night crowds and the front room gives you a great view of the gay crowds moving up and down 17th street. The combination steakhouse/diner menue is reliable comfort food perfect for a late night bull session after hitting the bars. Don't expect a lo cal selection, but you can burn off your meal with a nice walk around the neighborhood since Annie's has one of the best locations in the city.

  • Cambel
    Cambel reviewed Mr. Henry's Pub Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Old Time Capitol Hill
    Mr. Henry's will never be listed in Food and Wine Magazine for it's menue. however, the food is usually reliably good, with your typical selection of soups, salads, burgers and sandwhiches. But the atmosphere of being in a restuarnt that looks like it hasn't changed since the 1920's (Except for the downloadable jukebox) as well as a nice outdoor patio make this a fun place to grab a burger or a beer with your friends.

  • Cambel
    Cambel reviewed Cafe Berlin Over a year ago
    Loves it

    German Food? Who Knew!
    This very gay friendly German Restaurant in the heart of Capital hill not only has the fantastic selection of beers you would expect, but a wonderful menue. Everything from the Traditional German food (All the Wersts) but also their take on Chicken Cordon Bleu as well as a rotating seasonal menue. During nice weather, the patio seating is a wonderful place to eat, relax and see your neighbors out for date night. But save room for dessert. These chef's are serious, they do not have one or two desserts and then a sorbet...they have minimum 10 different homade, cakes, tarts, pies, and puddings every night, bad for your wastline but excellent for a night out!