Now there are drinks and then there are real drinks. Church & State is where they house the real drinks. Every drink was bred in the United States, which is where the phrase was first coined by President Thomas Jefferson. The bar has a long list of cocktails that can either make you more knowledgeable in choosing your next Martini or leave you wondering how you managed to drink so much absinthe in one sitting. The place spills controversial topics with absinthe as a menu item, house specialities named after the Seven Deadly Sins and a Bill of Rights of their House Specialties. Fitting into the outcast theme that is common on the H Street Corridor, Church & State invites patrons in for a night to discuss exactly what is on your mind. No inhibitions in that space.
About the Author (Author Profile)Johnna French is a Harlem NY native with deep roots in Washington, DC and North Carolina. All three places have heavily influenced her life and the foods she loves today. After graduating Howard University School of Law and beginning her life as a young professional in the city she was led to start Johnna Knows Good Food in November 2007 to keep family, friends and colleagues updated on where to go and what to eat while dining in the nation’s capitol. French, who still practices law, leads a team of three writers to cover the ever expanding Washington, DC food scene. French has been featured in print and television, appearing in Washingtonian Magazine and is a regular contributor to various local TV affiliates including WUSA 9 and WJLA’s News Channel 8.
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