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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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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.”
October 3, 2019
dark, vintage, and classy speakeasy. requires reservations in advance
August 4, 2019
A speak easy. The custom cocktails are on the pricy side however they’re all very novel, memorable, and delicious.
May 6, 2019
Speakeasy off of U street. Nice craft cocktails to start off your night.
May 3, 2019
A great speakeasy, with outstanding cocktails and low lighting. Perfect for date night

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“hidden hideaway with outstanding cocktails. this is where you go for a romantic nightcap or with a group of 4 or smaller. ”
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“Great whiskey selection. There is also a "secret" speakeasy in the basement. In Adams Morgan.”
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“My favorite bar in the city. Particularly for their back courtyard and bocci ball. Chill atmosphere.”
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2009 14th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20009
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