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March Madness: Union Pub vs. Capitol Lounge

March 27th, 2013 · 2 Comments · Capitol Hill, Capitol Hill South, Union Station/NOMA

Have you been reading our March Maddness series? The voting is going strong, so go here and catch up! There are certain places on Capitol Hill you know you’ll rub elbows with the people who someday may be president. And then there are others you go and you’ll rub elbows with those who were once […]

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A Rivalry Worthy of the NCAA: Dubliner vs. Kelly’s

March 25th, 2013 · 1 Comment · Capitol Hill

If you were to compare college basketball to DC bars, the Dubliner and Kelly’s Irish Times would be the Duke vs. UNC match-up of the NCAA tournament. It’s a historic rivalry, rooted in tradition and proximity. Instead of Tobacco Road, this rivalry plays out on F Street, NW. They are two bars that have stood […]

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March Madness: The Ugly Mug vs Lola’s Barracks Row

March 22nd, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

You’ve read Maria’s post about our own version of March Madness. And if you haven’t, get caught up here! The Ugly Mug & Lola’s aren’t just competing for your vote, they’re also sharing some prime real estate along Barracks Row. In last year’s “Favorite Bar on the Hill” match up, The Ugly Mug beat out […]

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March Madness: Trusty’s vs The Pug

March 21st, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

Did you miss our initial post on Favorite Bar on the Hill March Madness? Go catch up here! As much as I enjoy good quality beer or a really well mixed cocktail, I also really appreciate the kind of bar where I can feel completely comfortable in an old t-shirt with my hair up in […]

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March Madness: Favorite Bar on the Hill

March 19th, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

It’s the end of March and it seems that suddenly EVERYONE is into college basketball –or, let’s face it, more into gambling and trying their hand at extrasensory perception. We here at The Hill is Home are no exception, except… well, I confess that I am not too terribly into basketball. You would think that […]

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