All at once, novel in concept and character, The Park at 14th perfectly fits the mold for your next gathering when you are seeking something “a little different.” From the inviting warmth of the wood paneled walls and subtle glow of hand-blown chandeliers to the incomparable cuisine and proficient staff that are ready to indulge your every whim, The Park at 14th defines a new standard in Washington, DC social diversion.
- The Park gets very crowded around 11 and doesn’t have many places to sit unless you get a table
- There is also a nice outdoor patio if you are looking for a quieter area
- The Park features 3-4 separate DJ areas with different types of music
Where is The Park located?
The Park is located on 14th street in Washington DC.
How much is cover charge at The Park?
The cover charge is usually $20.
How long will I have to wait at The Park?
Expect to wait anywhere from 10-20 min depending on when you arrive but waits are usually minimal before 11. The Park tends to fill to capacity as the night gets later so be sure to arrive early or you will risk being turned away.
When is The Park open?
The Park is open on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
What are the best nights to go to The Park?
All night are good. Thursdays and Fridays starts earlier and have a period where people usually dine, but the venue turns into a club later in the night. Saturdays are more party-oriented and don’t start until 9.
What is the dress code at The Park?
Dress to impress! The Park has a strict dress code and says it focuses on “Execution of Style.” Collared shirt / jeans / dress shoes for guys. Avoid anything that can be considered sportswear (track jackets, jerseys, sneakers, hats (however, baseball hats and fedoras are welcomed), etc). Unless you’re a celebrity – in that case you can dress however you please. Learn more about the dress code at the Park at their website.
How much do drinks cost at The Park?
Expect to pay $15-$20 for cocktails, $250 or more for bottles.
What kind of music do they play at The Park?
The Park has 3-4 floors with different types of music featuring mostly hip hop, reggae, and RnB.