Drink

The Gibson “Speakeasy” Introduces New Spring Cocktail Menu



From the owners of Marvin, and located right next door is The Gibson – a U Street area speak-easy-esque cocktail-focused bar. The Gibson gives the air of prohibition times with it’s unmarked door one can easily pass by without a second glance, website with only an address, phone number, and email contact for those wishing to set up a private party, and its dark cozy interior. While reservations are not required, one would be smart to make one rather than risk being turned away at the door for The Gibson only seats 48.

With spring comes a new seasonal cocktail menu at The Gibson featuring quippy drink titles including Things I Still Remember (a definite must-try), I Been Drankin’, and Use This Thing to name a few. Known for it’s quality and creative cocktails, we hear The Gibson is also not opposed to creating custom cocktails for the guests who managed to make it through the door. A great spot for all of the cocktail connoisseurs who prefer to avoid the loud, bustling crowds while trying something new.

GibsonMenuThe Gibson
2009 14th Street NW
Washington D.C. 20009
202 232-2156

*Photos Courtesy of Daniel Swartz

Rebekah (Editor)

About Rebekah (Editor)

Rebekah spent much of her childhood on the coast of Maine where she cultivated her affinity for local seafood. Her lust for traveling extended beyond her New England borders and so she spent time traveling to Nepal, Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico, and various parts of the U.S. before taking up blogging and spawn rearing as her full time gig. A transplant into the DC Metro Area, she has a newfound enthusiasm for gastronomy, and finding the best indulgences in the District. Rebekah's photographs and writing have been published by various media outlets, however her love of adventure would find her constantly on the go exploring new places and cuisine.


2 thoughts on “The Gibson “Speakeasy” Introduces New Spring Cocktail Menu

  1. Pingback: May Flowers Bring The Gibson Patio Opening & Spring Menu Debut at Marvin | Exploring Food & Drink in D.C.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>