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Mapping Pads Near Bloomingdale's Rustik Tavern

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Welcome to Bar Crawl Living where we find some worthy domiciles within stumbling distance of a neighborhood hotspot. If there's a place you want us to scope out, leave a comment or send word to our tipline.

Named one of the best joints for drinking beer and eating pizza, Rustik Tavern is a nabe hangout is just around the corner from another well-known Bloomingdale landmark: Big Bear Cafe. With a low-key vibe, Rustik blends in perfectly with the area's low-key vibe. It ain't the party scene like Atlas or Logan. And it ain't uber-hipster (yet) like CoHi, but Bloomingdale is OK with that. So after enjoying a classic wood-fired pizza and a few cold ones, stumble happy and full to one of these low-key locations. Cheers.


· Rustik Tavern [Official Site]
· A Guide to the Best Pizzerias in DC For Drinking Beer [EDC]
· All Eater Coverage Of Rustik Tavern [EDC]
· All Bar Crawl Living [CDC]

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1. $329,950

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523 Florida Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

Only on the market for less than a week, this affordable one bedroom LeDroit Park condo is ready to be sold. And not only is the ask relatively low (though price per sq.ft. metric runs north of $500), the HOAs are only $142 monthly.

2. $425,000

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33 Q Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Skipping over to NE, here's a three bedroom Eckington row house. Also new to the market, this home has hardwood floors, exposed brick walls and is full of character. This listing is looking for a buyer interested in adding "personal touches".

3. $479,000

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1 U Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

Here's where it all begins. Well, sort of. This U Street address is easy to remember for sure. This is a three bedroom condo with 2.5 baths and 1,450 sq.ft. of space. The kitchen is gourmet, the bathrooms are sleek and sexy, and the private balcony don't hurt either.

4. $599,000

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1933 Lincoln Road Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

The interior is so new the tag is still on the oven. If your commute can only be described as "angst addled", this listing that loves alliteration with its "luminous luxury" and "positively private parking" may be the antidote.

5. $599,500

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172 U Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Not sure what "Eckington is fire" means, but the nabe is hot. Hitting the market only two weeks ago, the three bedroom row house has two master suites. The backyard is fenced in with a patio and balcony. And the interior is totally mod with classic touches.

6. $599,900

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39 V Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Yes, Eckington has it going on and home after home is jumping on the market to get a good start to spring's real estate season. This three bedroom row house is an end unit so buyers only need to worry about noise from one set of neighbors.

7. $625,000

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19 T Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

For those that need and/or want plenty of space without spending a ridic sum, this is a four bedroom row house with more than 2,800 sq.ft. of abode area. Fresh faced to the market in steaming Eckington, this listing has a full guest suite and other awesome bonuses!

8. $635,000

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136 Quincy Place Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

Billed as a "fabulous condo conversion", the two bedroom, 2.5 bath unit is -- like many other listings on this map -- new to the market. With the condo fee coming in just under $200 per month, the unit has plenty of offer for the price point. Parking is included, there's a roof deck, and the interior has plenty of classy touches.

9. $795,000

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1954 2nd Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

Profiled before, this Victorian listing had its previous contract collapse. So it's back on the market looking for a buyer for the three bedroom property.

10. $1,139,000

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1906 5th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

This unique LeDroit Park property is indeed a "rare find of unique design and flare". The renovations to the property are "top of the line", and the listing boasts the space is "supreme". With all this build up, interested buyers better check out the property to see for themselves.

1. $329,950

523 Florida Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

Only on the market for less than a week, this affordable one bedroom LeDroit Park condo is ready to be sold. And not only is the ask relatively low (though price per sq.ft. metric runs north of $500), the HOAs are only $142 monthly.

523 Florida Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

2. $425,000

33 Q Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Skipping over to NE, here's a three bedroom Eckington row house. Also new to the market, this home has hardwood floors, exposed brick walls and is full of character. This listing is looking for a buyer interested in adding "personal touches".

33 Q Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

3. $479,000

1 U Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

Here's where it all begins. Well, sort of. This U Street address is easy to remember for sure. This is a three bedroom condo with 2.5 baths and 1,450 sq.ft. of space. The kitchen is gourmet, the bathrooms are sleek and sexy, and the private balcony don't hurt either.

1 U Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

4. $599,000

1933 Lincoln Road Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

The interior is so new the tag is still on the oven. If your commute can only be described as "angst addled", this listing that loves alliteration with its "luminous luxury" and "positively private parking" may be the antidote.

1933 Lincoln Road Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

5. $599,500

172 U Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Not sure what "Eckington is fire" means, but the nabe is hot. Hitting the market only two weeks ago, the three bedroom row house has two master suites. The backyard is fenced in with a patio and balcony. And the interior is totally mod with classic touches.

172 U Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

6. $599,900

39 V Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Yes, Eckington has it going on and home after home is jumping on the market to get a good start to spring's real estate season. This three bedroom row house is an end unit so buyers only need to worry about noise from one set of neighbors.

39 V Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

7. $625,000

19 T Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

For those that need and/or want plenty of space without spending a ridic sum, this is a four bedroom row house with more than 2,800 sq.ft. of abode area. Fresh faced to the market in steaming Eckington, this listing has a full guest suite and other awesome bonuses!

19 T Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

8. $635,000

136 Quincy Place Northeast, Washington, DC 20002

Billed as a "fabulous condo conversion", the two bedroom, 2.5 bath unit is -- like many other listings on this map -- new to the market. With the condo fee coming in just under $200 per month, the unit has plenty of offer for the price point. Parking is included, there's a roof deck, and the interior has plenty of classy touches.

136 Quincy Place Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

9. $795,000

1954 2nd Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

Profiled before, this Victorian listing had its previous contract collapse. So it's back on the market looking for a buyer for the three bedroom property.

1954 2nd Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

10. $1,139,000

1906 5th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001

This unique LeDroit Park property is indeed a "rare find of unique design and flare". The renovations to the property are "top of the line", and the listing boasts the space is "supreme". With all this build up, interested buyers better check out the property to see for themselves.

1906 5th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001