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Rock and Roll Hotel
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1353 H St NE Washington, DC 20002
1353 H Street NortheastUSDistrict of ColumbiaWashington20002
$Bar, Live Music VenueToday Closed
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday ClosedThursday 8PM–2AMFriday 6PM–3AMSaturday 6PM–3AMSunday Closed
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Ex-funeral parlor turned lounge with vintage decor, bands & DJs, dance floor & rooftop bar.- Google
"Great rooftop bar and fun dance parties on the second floor."
"It is ALWAYS a very diverse crowd on the dance floor."
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blue sky
a week ago
The music venue is pretty small and tight and so is the stage but it all adds to the intimacy of the show. There's limited parking on the sides of the street, and because of that, I'd recommend taking a taxi/Uber there (there's an Autozone private parking lot 2-3 blocks to the left but I wouldn't risk it). Sound system is okay, I have heard nicer ones in other venues. There were a few times where I found the vocals drowned in the blaring loudness of the instruments. The bar is on the left once you walk in the venue doors and there's a free cold water station there too if you want to cool down!!! Speaking of cold and cool, the venue was hella blasting cold air and every single music venue should strive to be "Rock & Roll Hotel cold". Merch table is on the second floor on the far left, which mixes with the crowds of people having drinks and dancing up there. This makes it incredibly difficult in finding the table at first glance and even more difficult to go through that sea of people. It's not an ideal place to have a conversation with the artist/bandmember in all of the commotion, noise and tightness on the second floor.
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Kamau Collins
a month ago
The only place I can go in the Baltimore, DC area to see DOOMTREE! so naturally you get a 4 stars you would get 5 if you you were in Baltimore so I wouldn't have to drive so far lol
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Show Boz
8 months ago
PROS: Good venue to view an intimate show, multiple levels including roof access. CONS: Parking hard to find on street, ridiculously small restrooms, and bouncer at the door seems to have a bigger ego than any rock'n'roller on stage.
cameron price
3 months ago
Asked google maps the best place to make out(the internet told me to do it).....this place is two hours away clearly i could find a place closer
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Yitzy Paul
2 months ago
One of the best venues in town for a smaller show. Great rooftop bar and fun dance parties on the second floor. Great can beer selection
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Rob R
2 months ago
Great thing about it is it's a small intimate venue! But, the people in charge of the sound system have done a very poor job at the two shows I've been to there.Sound system seems to mess up way too much and disrupt the show!
John Beckmeyer
6 months ago
From an artist/management side, a real joy to do a show here. Staff was friendly and took care of us, great private rooms, soundboard never made a mistake, lighting was on point, dedicated merch area on the second floor, I could go on. Highly recommend
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Cade Crisafi
a year ago
My wife and I recently saw EMA perform and we both enjoyed the venue. The roof top bar was a great way imbibe on some reasonably priced, canned adult beverages. The bar staff was top notch and we didn't have any issues with the bouncers at the door. We're looking forward to seeing another show at the Rock N Roll hotel in the near future.