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Forget the skeptics! Adams Morgan may be lagging behind other D.C. neighborhoods in development, but it leads the pack in good times. According to something called Party Earth, Adams Morgan’s Madam’s Organ is one of the East Coast’s top party bars.

Madam’s Organ is the kind of place where “shenanigans are welcome, friendships made and indiscretions won’t be remembered,” according to Party Earth. “That is, until you roll over the next morning.”

Awoo, somebody call these guys. Party Earth continues:

Easily the most consistently rambunctious scene in D.C., Madam’s Organ Blues Bar is three whole floors worth of debauchery. With a décor of Christmas lights, hanging bicycles and just about anything you could find in a back alley adorning the walls, the venue is as unpretentious as it gets. You’ll find college students, artists and young professionals alike, all joining forces in their quest towards belligerence. With free billiards, live music, DJs upstairs and a rooftop bar, there’s something here for every kind of weird you are looking to find.

Emphasis mine. I usually find Madam’s Organ too crowded to really get my quest for belligerence on, but that might not be a popular opinion. Longtime D.C. party expert Marion Barry had a good time there recently, and offering an open bar after Barack Obama won re-election was a cool thing for the bar to do.

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