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The Gibson

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Behind the black, unmarked door at 2009 14th Street NW is Washington D.C.’s original cocktail-focused speakeasy. In addition to the main bar, upstairs bar and back patio, there are spaces available for private parties. The Gibson is a seated-only cocktail bar, reservations are available.

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Brent
Brent
October 28, 2019
Speakeasy type, make a reservation to be guaranteed a spot. Known for their cocktails. Tell the bartender to make you something interesting with “egg whites.”
Susan
Susan
October 3, 2019
dark, vintage, and classy speakeasy. requires reservations in advance
Mark
Mark
August 4, 2019
A speak easy. The custom cocktails are on the pricy side however they’re all very novel, memorable, and delicious.
Matthew
Matthew
May 6, 2019
Speakeasy off of U street. Nice craft cocktails to start off your night.
Daniel
Daniel
May 3, 2019
A great speakeasy, with outstanding cocktails and low lighting. Perfect for date night

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Standort
2009 14th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009
Telefonnummer+12022322156
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