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A look at the new DC bars on the west coast, and why you should be coming back

A look at the new DC bars on the west coast, and why you should be coming back

There are more DC bars than ever before.

So, how do they compare to one another?

Here’s a look at some of the most popular bars around DC, from the ones that’ve opened up recently to the ones in the works.

(The Washington Post) A look: The new DC bar scene is in full swing, as the DC Bar Association has just announced that they’re open for business, with a focus on new and established bars.

That includes all kinds of new, up-and-coming bars that were already on the map, but haven’t been on the radar as much.

Here’s what’s on tap: The first one, which will open next week, will feature a full bar with beer and wine, plus a beer garden, and will offer beer-inspired cocktails, like the Biscuits and Soda.

A new brew pub called The Brew will also open next month, and you’ll be able to try their beers, as well.

Another one, The Whiskey House, will open in mid-November, with beer-based cocktails and food.

The last one, the new Bar Stools, is scheduled to open later this year, and is scheduled for a full-bar environment with beer, cider and wine.

There will be more to come soon, including a full line-up of local brews, and a “Brews in the Bar” party.

So which new bars will open?

Check out this map to see what’s already available.

There are also some new bars that are just about to open.

These include the New Orleans-themed The Brass, and the San Francisco-themed Black Market, with more to be announced soon.

What to expect from DC bars?

There are lots of new bars on tap, and there’s a new brewery opening this month, as you’ll see in this interactive map.

But there’s also a whole new set of bars opening that are not yet on the tap list, and so you might be disappointed if you haven’t seen them.

Here are some of my favorite bars in the DC area that I’d love to see more of: New Orleans: La Place, which has a bar and a bar-restaurant, is expected to open in late November, and feature a beer-themed menu.

There’s also an extensive menu of beers on tap.