Washington D.C. is known for its politics, but no one will be debating the fine lines of your luxury ride when you drive up to these hip locations. Whether you’re dining, schmoozing at a bar and lounge, or attending a party or corporate event, you’re sure to have plenty of eyes on your ride, not to mention have a great time.

Mari Vanna

1141 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

This restaurant and bar serving Russian fare may seem quaint at first, but it’s actually a prime spot for seeing celebrity politicians. Next door to the Mayflower Hotel and only blocks from the White House, this restaurant boasts its own private secret service entrance for its more discreet customers. Don’t worry, you can still drive up to the front entrance to show off your wheels.

Blue Duck Tavern

Duck Confit
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1201 24th St NW, Washington, DC 20037

Long touted as one of the best restaurants in the district, this classy hotspot offers traditional American fare with a creative spin. The decor reflects the warm country kitchen vibe with wood furniture and blue burlap lavishly patterned on the walls like brickwork. The exclusive Chef’s Table provides a private dining experience with a customized menu for up to 20 guests. Drive up to the curb in style before an event like a business meeting or a family reunion.

Chez Billy

3815 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20011

Located in the local-friendly Petworth neighborhood, this French restaurant dazzles with exquisite flavors, but thankfully is off the beaten path of D.C.’s tourist population, allowing you a more quiet and reserved dining experience. Speaking of “reserved,” this place gets pretty booked up on the weekends, so make sure to put in a reservation as early as you can. That goes for all the exclusive restaurants on this list.

Eighteenth Street Lounge

1212 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20036

Out of all the bars and nightclubs in Washington D.C., one of the most sophisticated and highly praised is the Eighteenth Street Lounge. It’s a relatively small club with a DJ/live music and plenty of couches where you can sit back, relax, and sip on your favorite drink. The lounge is open Tuesday through Sunday and there’s no cover charge on Friday nights. Tuesday nights offer Tango lessons and an opportunity to dance the night away.

The Huxley

1730 M Street NW, Washington, DC 20036

One of the most exclusive venues in the district, The Huxley is an invitation-only bar and dance floor that hosts events, parties, a nightclub, and VIP private dining table service. The Huxley enforces a strict dress code: collared shirts and dress shoes for men, upscale cocktail attire for women. This place obviously has a reputation to uphold, so showing up in a luxury vehicle is almost like doing them a favor. Sign up on The Huxley’s website to get a spot on the guest list.

A night on the town gets that much better when you drive to your destination in a fabulous luxury car. Cruise to one of these D.C. hotspots and you won’t be disappointed.

5 D.C. Spots to See and Be Seen in Your Luxury Car

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