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Science Club
Night Club$
Today 4:00 pm – 2:00 am
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1136 19th St NW Washington, DC 20036
1136 19th St NWUSDCWashington20036
$Night Club, LoungeToday 4:00 pm – 2:00 am
Monday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amTuesday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amWednesday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 4:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 4:00 pm – 3:00 amSaturday 6:30 pm – 3:00 amSunday Closed
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Quirky bar in a 4-story brownstone with decorative nods to chemistry, plus a patio & dancing to DJs.- Google
People talk about veggie burger, happy hour, vegan options, grilled marinated tofu skewers and grilled seasoned vegetables
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Krystal Ramirez
reviewed 2 weeks ago
I've only been to Science Club once, but in general I liked it. I went for happy hour with colleagues after work, and it was fine. Nothing to get too excited about it, but not bad either. At first, we went into the subterranean part of the bar, and it seemed really gloomy, so we opted to go upstairs instead, which was a little better. We sampled the hummus, the tofu skewers, the maison frites, and the tortilla pizza. Everything but the tofu skewers was really tasty. (Note: I'm a big fan of tofu when done right.) The bartender was friendly and quirky, which was nice. Science Club probably isn't ideal for a large group like ours was, but overall I would definitely go back.
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Photo Guy
reviewed 7 months ago
IF I COULD GIVE IT ZERO STARS I WOULD, IT'S THAT BAD! First off I came here because a very close friend was having a birthday gathering. It was apparently one of the only places that takes groups for parties, etc. Before entering the Science Club there is a small patio area in the front of the place. It has a single gas fired heater and there were 3 people standing near it taking and blocking the walkway. We walked past them to get into the place and one of the people was extremely rude. He exclaimed it wasn't nice to walk through while they were having a conversation. I told him if he wanted to have a conversation he should step to the side as it's rude to block the way. He then asked us if we were 21. I asked him if he actually worked there, as he was wearing street clothes and nothing that said Science Club on him. He then exclaimed he was the owner of the club (Steve Maguire). I asked him why he was just wearing street clothes and he had no answer. He wasn't interested in checking our ID but I was immediately suspicious of his rudeness and actions. We then proceeded in to make an appearance before leaving, as I wasn't going to spend any money at a place with such a rude owner. We were there for a little bit and noticed some of the people in our group had some difficulties with their bills. Also the menu wasn't much to look at and the people in our group had nothing good to say about the food. On our way out of the club I said good night to Steve and he replied with some snide comments that were completely unwarranted. BOTTOM LINE: If you are going to run a business that depends on people and foot traffic, don't be rude to the customers.
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Walter Skalniak
reviewed 9 months ago
AmAzing veg-based food with tons of vegan options... Friendly staff and mad my last nite in DC extra special... Go check this place out if you're 21+ NUF LOVE!!
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Josh Wilson
reviewed 2 months ago
Excellent atmosphere and delicious food. I've been here several times at the recommendation of friends, and the vegi burger is amazing. You will not be disappointed. The prices are very reasonable as well.
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Alex DiCaprio
reviewed 4 months ago
This used to be my favorite bar in DC -- it was in a brownstone, its bartender meegs was a mixologist (both as a DJ and a master bartender) But after losing her this bar has sunk into the average territory and is clawing at ways to reinvent themselves.
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Michael Thompson
reviewed 2 months ago
Science hip atmosphere. Excellent ultra-thin crust margarita pizza.