Board Room Washington DC – Games and brews

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"Board Room" is a fun bar in Washington DC you can go to with friends & play board games while enjoying drinks. It's impossible for me not to have fun here

The Board Room is a fun bar that you go to with friends and play board games, while enjoying a few drinks. The bar has a number of games that you can rent out for less than $ 2, but you can also take your own games if you wish to.

I always have FUN being here, and I love this spot for a relaxed evening out with friends. I have seen people play Risk, Monopoly, chess, Taboo, Trivial Pursuit etc, but the bar also has about 50 games that are available to use. The games give everyone something to talk and laugh about, and are also a great way to meet other people. It's not uncommon to see groups joining to play a game. It does get loud and silly, but that's the best part of it.

They don't have food, but do encourage you to bring your own snacks. Also – the "Flippin pizza" nearby both delivers and offers a discount to bar patrons, which is great!

It's sort of impossible to not have fun here with a group of friends and I love it.

About this spot

1737 Connecticut Ave NW

Mon - Thu 16:00 - 02:00, Fri 16:00 - 03:00, Sat 12:00 - 03:00, Sun 12:00 - 02:00

Games:

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