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Multicultural Event...Lets go out!


Update: Dress Code: Casual (no shorts, baggy clothes). Proper dress and ID required for entry, Hats are welcomed

Update: To avoid you get mad trying to found each other we will receive a glow bracelet between 6 – 6:30 pm

Update: MEETUP party between 6 – 9 pm, this will be a madness

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It has an Alice in Wonderland theme, which is very unique. The little teacups are a nice touch. I really liked the dance floor, i really like the bar area, and I really like the clientele.  The drinks were great too and very reasonably-priced compared to other bars/clubs in the area.  It's definitely my new favorite bar in DC


The night scene at Madhatter is crazy. If WE go on Friday it will definitely be a good time and you can jam out to a mix of top hits and classic oldies. Friday nights are so much fun there - it's a super classy people and the people who frequent this bar are pretty classy and interesting, at least in my experience.





Yes, he was the weird man in Alice in Wonderland, who wore an unusually large top hat & played games with the young & innocent Alice. However, there is more! The origins of the Madhatter come from England & the story goes like this:


In 17th century England there was a group of men known as hatters who made hats for a living. The hatters labored day & night to produce quality head wear. They were also in the business of cleaning the hats they made & mercury was used in the process. After several years of breathing the mercury fumes, the hatters gradually went mad.



But, we are not quite sure whether it was the mercury that was totally responsible for all the madness. It seems to be that even today, any person that wears a hat is a little different. Remember W.C. Fields, he always wore a hat. Charlie Chaplin? Laurel & Hardy? These guys had character, and a little madness. Their hats made them what they were – happy Madmen.

Remember madness is happiness & there is a little Madhatter in all of us.



Nearest Transit:

Dupont Circle Metro Station (Red)

Farragut North Metro Station (Red)

Farragut West Metro Station (Blue, Orange)


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  • Aaron

    we will be there until at least 4 am so come!

    December 16, 2011

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