For world class live music, New Orleans inspired cooking, and that laid back Big Easy vibe, there's only one place in Washington DC to go. Located at 2519 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, just steps from the Foggy Bottom metro, Bayou brings together the award winning cuisine of executive chef Rusty Holman, hand crafted New Orleans cocktails, and a rotating line-up of both local and national recording artists. With two funky floors of dining and dancing, Bayou suits any occasion.
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Thursday, January 29th at 10:30pm
For this very special Thursday night show, the Camino's coming down off the blocks and cruising on over to Bayou for a set jam packed with deep funk & rock cuts from the 60s & 70s. 100% of door donations to benefit the Spina Bifida Association.
Friday, January 30th at 10:30pm
Come see the new face of classic rock. The Ripples have been making waves on the local scene with original folk-rock and high energy covers of the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, the Band, the Faces and the Beatles.
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Saturday, January 31st at 9:00pm
On a frigid winter's night what better way to kill the chill than by getting under the covers with two of the District's greatest party bands? Get ready for two full sets of fiery licks and fist pumping anthems sure to transform Bayou's second floor into the swampy stomping grounds of your unbridled id.
Better not be late or you'll be playing catch up the rest of the night. The Silent Critics will be starting out the night by providing an hour long, sixty song soundtrack to your sippage . Feel free to bring your own shotglass!