Multiflora Productions Programming at Bossa Bistro in Washington, D.C. Gets A Plug in The Washington Post

Since 2014, Multiflora Productions has been programming live music and DJ’s in this iconic and cozy bistro in one of DC’s most enduring neighborhoods full of restaurants, retail, and live music venues. Mercifully, the Adams Morgan neighborhood has, for the most part, avoided the steamrolling, cookie cutter development that has been gutting the homegrown character of the capital city. Adams Morgan is still full of character and charm. Bossa Bistro is a place for people to come together to celebrate the history, culture and artistic expressions of Washington, DC and related artistic and cultural expressions found throughout the globe.

The Washington Post recently recognized Bossa Bistro as an established bar that gets overlooked but still delivers great experiences. Check out the piece HERE and consider a visit soon!

From The Washington Post: “Adams Morgan’s entertainment runs the gamut: Bars for drunk college kids. Bars for adults looking for whiskey and craft beer. Bars for adults who wish they were still college kids. Somewhere in the middle is Bossa, a cozy, candlelit lounge that also is one of the area’s most eclectic music venues. On Tuesday nights, the master Malian griot – and best world music album Grammy Award nominee – Cheick Hamala Diabate takes the stage; Saturdays bring crowds of salsa dancers, who spin and twist through the tightest spaces while Raul Morel y Tumbao perform. (Weekends are always busy, because this is Adams Morgan.) But it’s the midweek visits for infectious gypsy soul, hypnotizing traditional African music or funky world jazz – don’t miss the Ethiopian jazz of the Feedel Band on the first Thursday of the month – that make the trip to the two-level club most rewarding. The drink menu at Bossa is fairly basic, but Caipirinhas are the way to go.” Fritz Hahn

Thanks for the love, capital town.

 

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