On Saturday, November 9, the exclusive City Tavern Club (CTC) will open its doors to the public and serve as host for the Indian King Society’s (IKS) inaugural Hollywood Nights soiree. This red carpet affair is sure to deliver a dazzling evening celebrating the Starlets and Kings of the Silver Screen and helping to ensure the preservation and authenticity of one of the oldest Federal period buildings and sole remaining founding-era taverns in Washington, DC.
Mix and mingle with the elegant crowd of modern day Marlon Brandos and Marilyn Monroes and indulge in the musical compilations of Jazzonix, one of Washington, DC’s best six-piece bands, sip on a selection of signature 1950’s retro-cocktails, or enjoy a cigar on the heated patio quietly nestled atop the hustle and bustle of M Street.
Originally constructed in 1796, the CTC operated as both an inn and major hub of civic life. Since that time, the Club continues its traditions and serves as a second home to many of the District’s distinguished political and social elites. It has been recognized as one of the city’s most prestigious buildings, earning its spot on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.
WHEN: Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 9 p.m. – 1 a.m.
City Tavern Club
3206 M Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
ATTIRE: Red Carpet Best – Black Tie Preferred
TICKETS: $45 for guests. Please click here to purchase.