1819 M St. NW
Washington, DC 20036
District of Columbia County
Phone: (202) 296-2191
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1819 CLub - About Us
The 1819 Club follows a long, find tradition of providing a discreet, elegant setting where both ladies and gentlemen can enjoy live, total nude entertainment. We offer a full beer, wine, and champagne menu while featuring privacy alcoves where you will enjoy the personal attention of our lovely ladies.
by Newto V. on
I happened to be at colony square, so I found this place by walking in. I was looking to eat something healthy in a place that also had good lighting so that I could read my book. I ordered the butternut squash soup, vegetables in green curry, & a pot of rooibus tea. They brought me out a portion of a lentil fried "bread" w/ a spicy tomatoe dip, as their version of a free bread basket. Well, I was SO happy because it was completely gluten free & vegan! They also had a nice array of veggie options & my squash soup was excellent. The presentation was beautiful. It had a swirl of coconut cream on the top along w/ some crunchy pumpkin seeds. The green curry was good, too & also vegan. In fact, I ate just the curry sauce w/ a spoon, & it had enough heat so that I felt my ears tingle. I love food w/ some fire! The side of brown rice was a little overcooked & watery, but that's very minor, given how stellar the food was. Finally, I asked for some honey w/ my rooibus tea, & the waitress brought me out a little individual-sized jar of honey that she had heated up for me. It was a sweet touch, & I like that level of attention to detail. I'm sure that I'll be back here again. I highly recommend this place.
by Farra B. on
I hate this place! I will NEVER come again. WOW I hate how the waiters pulls girls to different tables. That was freakin' annoying. Second, they had seizure inducing lights everywhere and half the time I wanted to puke. But I must admit, the interior of the place was pretty nice. Other than that, I don't think I'm ever coming back.
by Suanne Walther on
Let's get serious here people. This is not the best Ethiopian food in the city. In fact, this is probably the worst Ethiopian food in the city - it's certainly the worst I've had by a large margin. What is true - they are cheap. They are all-you-can-eat. They have a bar. They have music. They have interesting decor. They are nice. Sometimes Matt Gonzalez is there. But the food sucks. Just be honest about it. There's no shame in admitting that you go to a restaurant for everything but the food. [Also, according to an Ethiopian friend of mine, Ethiopian food is not supposed to be particularly spicy. Waziema's food is authentic in that regard.]