Voted best happy hour in D.C., The Front Page comes with historical notoriety of its own. Nearly 25 years in business make this D.C. eatery a permanent staple to the Dupont Circle neighborhood, as well as a favorite among groups seeking a location to spend some quality time together.
The Front Page is a popular spot for both the young and the young-at-heart, and this restaurant specializes in incredible experiences, most notably its bottomless brunch buffets, mimosas and bloody marys on Saturdays and Sundays 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Guests say the happy hour specials are unbeatable, at just $5 for margaritas, $3 rail drinks, Miller Lite, and Yuengling, and $4 house wine, complemented by delicious items from the $5 food menu. A spacious outdoor patio makes for a leisurely afternoon meal during the warmer months, while the large indoor area offers plenty of seating all year round. Elegant dark wooden arches adjoin the rooms of white-washed brick walls, creating a classy, historic ambiance for this traditional American grill. Open Table says The Front Page serves one of the best weekend brunches in America, and those who’ve sampled the opulent buffet wholeheartedly agree.