This intimate D.C. club—capacity maxes out at 500—is favored by the city’s movers and shakers, an ethos advanced by the club’s official website (“U Street Music Hall is for dancing, not sitting”). DJ-owned-and-operated, the basement club features a 1,200-square-foot dance floor that’s cushioned by cork to soothe those dancin’ feet. Check out buzzy DJs including Juan MacLean and Boyz Noise, and be sure to shimmy on nights that feature D.C.’s own native sound, moombahton, a house-reggaeton fusion that locals love.
|Venue name:||U Street Music Hall||Contact:|
1115 U Street, NW
U Street Corridor
|Cross street:||between 11th and 12th Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thur, Sun 10pm–2am; Fri, Sat 10pm–3am|
|Transport:||U Street/African-American Civil War Memorial/Cardozo Metro|
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U Hall is a true DJ's club - literally. The owners came up in DC's music scene and created a dream club, down to flooring that absorbs shock so you can dance all night and a security protocol that looks out for female patrons' safety. The vibe is friendly, the sound is great, and you may never want to leave.