The new rooftop at Hyatt Place is offering a lunch buffet starting at 1PM on Mondayfor only $15 a person (if you pre-order tickets online; $20 at the door). A fun happy hour includes $1 off draft beers, $2 off wine, and $10 cocktails. An added bonus: guests can enjoy a gorgeous view of the Washington Monument while waiting on the moon to reach peak.
CityBar: The rooftop bar above the Hyatt Place hotel near L'Enfant Plaza hosts a party beginning at 1 p.m. Tickets include a buffet from 1 to 3 p.m. and viewing glasses; expect such featured drinks as Troegs Sunshine Pils and Victory Moonglow Weizenbock beers. 400 E St. SW. $15 in advance, $20 at the door.
“The appeal of a Mule is that is is light, refreshing and palatable,” says bartender Luis Mantilla. “I wanted to highlight mezcal and create a refreshing cocktail that would work well in the summer.” He skips the ginger beer in favor of a syrup made from ginger root, and Peychaud’s Bitters lend it its pink hue.
No one leaves the office and heads to L'Enfant Plaza after work, unless they're trying to catch the 5A Metrobus to Dulles. There are simply no happy hours or bars in the concrete canyons between I-395 and the Mall.
To the relief of those who work in the area, though, the Hyatt Place's rooftop CityBar officially opened on June 23, with a daily happy hour and fantastic views.
CityBar hosted Yelp DC Elite members for a special event during grand opening week.
Located on the rooftop of the Hyatt Place, CityBar is a new edition to the area near the National Mall serving cocktails and bar bites.
CityBar: The Hyatt Place Washington D.C./National Mall, which opened earlier this year at 400 E St. SW, has added his own rooftop venue called CityBar. The bar and restaurant will feature craft cocktails, beer cocktails and a small menu of food including ceviche, deviled eggs and grilled fish tacos. The bar will be open daily from 4 p.m. to midnight and offers views of both the National Mall and Potomac River
District officials, FEMS, E Street Development Group, and members of the community gathered at 400 E Street to celebrate the opening of a mixed-use development, including a new Engine 13 firehouse, Hyatt Place hotel, KidPower headquarters, and ground floor retail.