Mr. Henry's Pub

 
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Capitol Hill legend
Mr. Henry's is a tre gay Capitol Hill hangout, with a great sidewalk area. Food is nothing to write home about, but a great time will be had by all.
  • 601 Pennsylvania Ave SE
    Washington, DC 20003
    Near: between S 6th St & S 7th St
  • Capitol Hill
  • Website
  • Mon-Sat 11:15am-Midnight
    Sun 10:00am-Midnight
  • (202) 546-8412
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    • cavalier
      cavalier 10 months ago
      Loves it

      Great neighborhood bar
      While the clientele is mixed, this place definitely has a gay feel to it. The atmosphere is very casual and friendly. I feel equally comfortable taking friends here for an unpretentious brunch or dropping in by myself during the week for a drink or dinner (half-price pasta night!).

    • empire1guy
      empire1guy Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great Neighborhood Place
      Small, friendly and comfortable you will feel at home here. Bartender Tim was a great host and the drinks and food were perfect. This place is gay friendly, but it's a mixed crowd. If you are looking for someplace to relax and feel welcome, this is it. Close to Eastern Market Metro it's perfect if you are on the Hill.

    • brucemajors
      brucemajors Over a year ago

      We are holding the first of our planning brunches, one in each quadrant and then one across the river in Anacostia

    • leanleft
      leanleft Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Community hub on Capitol Hill
      It is rare that you see such a mix of people in one restaurant in DC. A gay institution (and gay owned), there are always some gay boys in here at any time. In addition, an eclectic mix of neighborhood locals, families, and people that have been dining here for 30 years. A wonderful place to grab a burger, have a drink, or sit out on the patio and read when its sunny outside.

    • Cambel
      Cambel Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Old Time Capitol Hill
      Mr. Henry's will never be listed in Food and Wine Magazine for it's menue. however, the food is usually reliably good, with your typical selection of soups, salads, burgers and sandwhiches. But the atmosphere of being in a restuarnt that looks like it hasn't changed since the 1920's (Except for the downloadable jukebox) as well as a nice outdoor patio make this a fun place to grab a burger or a beer with your friends.

    • richrharms
      richrharms Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Really Cool
      Laid back, good food, awesome bar service. Roberta Flack got her start here. Sunday brunch with a mimosa are good. Ask for Tom at the bar.

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