Melanie G.5/29/12I just wanted to check in here because it was labeled "Dc ghetto" too damn funny
2135 Queens Chapel Rd
Ivy City, DC 20018
Reach out and experience the biggest nightclub in Washington D.C. that is guaranteed to make your night a memorable one. Located in the Langdon neighborhood, DC Star has been host to any brand of event you can think of - corporate events, private parties, government functions, concerts, sporting events and live broadcasts from radio stations. Perfectly set between the New York Avenue Metro, MARC Train Station and the beltway, DC Star offers its customers the unique opportunity to socialize with high ranking artists, witness fascinating live events, and exclusive service where you too can feel like a star. Don’t miss VIP Thursdays where ladies get in free all night and guys are free before midnight. Spoken by DC Star owner himself, Raj Dua stated, “In this day and age the most successful events are the ones that embrace new genres and connect the general public with a personalized experience.” Extravagant events and personalized service make DC Star the first of its kind with unimaginable anticipation.
Eats & Drinks
Exotic cocktails are constantly flowing as guests can choose from a wide selection of delicious drinks and delectable food. The Martinis will keep you running back to the bar for more.
The premier destination for all you nightlife aficionados, DC Star is equipped with over 40,000 square feet with standing capacity of 5,000 people, seven granite bars, two mezzanines and two dance floors. This smoking hot, velvet-roped nightclub circuit will pleasure all enthusiasts in search of a high voltage, vamped up night on the town. Heat is rising from the dance floor every Friday at Envy Fridays, *18 to chill 21 to spill.* And you can get in free before 11 p.m. DC Star is all about elegance, bringing an exciting flavor and energy to the Langdon neighborhood.
Sean “Diddy” Combs was among the headliners at DC Star’s Grand Opening during 2009’s inauguration week. Other performers you will find tearing up the stage include Jeremiah, Pit Bull, Mambo Sauce, Young Joc and TCB.