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The first thing you should know is that there’s heaps of gay bars for men and not so much for women.
Our lack-of-dedicated-barspace is a sore subject/point of contention amongst DC lesbians.
Quite interesting, especially considering that until a few years ago, AARP didn't want to acknowledge that there were older gay men and lesbians.
The article does mention Match.com, but you have to pay for that – I suggest – they have a free option.
ranks DC #5 in its article, “Best Cities For Singles 2009,” noting that the nation’s capital has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country and is a good place for ambitious young people to jump start their careers.
From the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, the view of the U. Capital building across the Reflecting Pool could inspire you and your date to share your dreams in the same location Dr. The Japanese cherry trees provide the perfect frame for your snapshots as the Washington monument stands tall in the background. The neighborhood around Ben’s is the hip U Street Corridor, where you can browse funky boutiques and hear Utopia Bar’s gifted jazz artists from the street. on Saturday nights, so you can stop in for a bite after quenching your thirst in the thriving U Street bar scene.Events include happy hours, embassy galas, holiday parties, dance classes, trips, outdoor sports, and more.20s & 30s Going Out Group This is a social networking group (not a singles or dating group) for young adults in the Washington DC metropolitan area.Activities include dancing, dining, outdoor activities, road trips, and much more. The organization is for internationally-minded professionals who enjoy international cultural experiences as well as social, educational, and outdoor events while helping the community.It is the oldest LGBT bar in Washington, DC and the first lesbian bar in the entire US (!! Phase is a sponsor of Capital Pride, works with local LGBT clinics and has a fun annual music festival called Phase Fest. The only downside of going to Phase is that Capitol Hill is far away from all the other gay places so it’s difficult to club-hop (I recommend taking a cab to/from Phase if you’re planning on club-hopping anyhow).
Also it’s small and can get very crowded, and can be intense if you’re not into indie music or alternative girl bands.As our nation’s capital and political epicenter, Washington, D. (aka “DC” or “the District”) is a city of power and persuasion. Just blocks away, you can dine alongside the Potomac at Washington Harbor’s waterfront, where you can hear row team captains barking orders to their obedient crews.