Have questions? Here are a few answers to the most frequently asked questions we receive. If there’s something that isn’t covered here, please contact us and we’ll gladly help.
The Hamilton is located just steps from the White House at 14th & F Street, NW Washington, D.C., two blocks away from the Metro Center WMATA Metro station.
1325 G ST NW
$10 validated self park after 5 pm and on weekends
Phone: 202-785-9191 x:445
While our Live menu will be available before and during performances, our restaurant will be open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night dining. Our hours are Monday - Thursday 11:00 am until 1am, Friday 11:00am until 2am, Saturday 8:30am until 2am, and Sunday 8:30am until 1am. Our box office is open during all restaurant hours.
We ask that all smokers please step outside the venue and dispose of cigarettes appropriately.
Our venue is designed for events of all kinds. Visit our Events & Private Parties page to learn more about what’s possible at The Hamilton.
All major credit cards are accepted including Master Card, Visa, American Express, Diners Club and Discover. And cash, of course.
You are welcome to call us to inquire about any lost items, however The Hamilton is not responsible for lost or stolen property.
Always, check out our positions on the Talent & Team page.
The Hamilton is an all-ages restaurant and venue, however we ask that a parent or guardian accompany any underage guests.
Guests with any dietary preferences or allergies are accommodated by request. Feel free to call ahead or ask your waiter for suggestions to suit your needs.
Live: 300 seated plus 200 standing
The venue will be presenting shows in nearly every genre including rock, blues, jazz, folk, R&B, and stand-up comedy. Since we are a seated venue with dining, we do trend towards shows that are suited to our unique atmosphere.
The Hamilton Live seats 300 guests and accommodates another 200 guests standing in our two bar areas.
If you have tickets to an upcoming show, we will email you with any cancellations or postponements. You can sign up for our concert mailing list and our site is always up to date with the latest show information.
Please no flash or professional photography (any camera where a lens can be taken off or changed, constitutes a professional camera), including video recording in the venue. Unless a specific band or performer does not allow photography or mobile recording, we welcome you to take pictures without flash on your mobile phone or small camera. We encourage you to tweet your photos at @thehamiltondc or share your them on our Facebook page. Anyone who violates the photo policy will be asked to leave the venue. If you are interested taking professional photos for publication, please contact Taurra SunEagle for photo passes.
Meet and greet sessions before or after the show are up to the artist. Only guests with designated passes will be permitted backstage. Our security team issues all passes and will check them before entering any designated areas.
We will occassionally clear an area for a dance floor in front of the stage. This will be determined by genre, audience, and discretion of the artist/band.
While the venue is officially all ages, unless shows are otherwise noted, we suggest that an adult accompany children under the age of eighteen.
As there are only a finite number of seats available in the venue, any guest who takes up a seat must pay full admission.
Our shows are general admission (GA) shows and we unfortunately cannot offer any reserved seating. If you purchase a seated ticket, you will be guaranteed a seat. However, seating is determined on a first come first serve basis.
Unless otherwise noted on the website, the following are is the schedule for The Hamilton Live:
Sunday through Thursday - Doors open at 6:30pm, show starts at 7:30pm
Friday & Saturday - Doors open at 7:00pm, who starts at 8:30pm.
We suggest arriving early to secure your choice of seating. In fairness to all guests, you may only reserve one seat for every guest you have present.
Depending on the show and numbers of guests, a line may form. Guests will be asked to line up outside of the F St entrance until doors open.
To purchase tickets at your convenience, you can visit thehamiltondc.com. Once on the website enter the Live section. Here you will find a calendar of events in the venue with ticket buying links. You can also buy tickets in person at The Hamilton from any of the hosts with a credit card and from any bartender with cash
Please note that tickets are sold for both seated and standing admission. As per our terms and conditions, all tickets are non-refundable.
Per our terms and conditions, we do not issue refunds for any show.
If you did not receive your email confirmation/receipt please CHECK YOUR EMAIL SPAM FILTER! If you still can’t find it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information regarding tickets at The Hamilton Live. A charge from The Hamilton should appear on your credit card or bank statement depending on your payment method. If both of these methods are exhausted you can call the restaurant’s main line at (202) 787-1000.
When you originally purchase your tickets you will have the opportunity to put your ticket(s) in someone else’s name. Please keep in mind that if you do this the ticket will be theirs to control or transfer. You can also transfer any ticket(s) still in your name at any time prior to and during the show, by clicking on the link in your confirmation/receipt email.
Yes!Our ticketing system allows you to leave behind ticket(s) in someone else’s name at the door.
Yes! You can purchase tickets from the hosts at the door.
You don’t need to print or pick up any tickets! There are no paper tickets for shows at The Hamilton Live. If you’ve purchased tickets before the show you just need to show up with a valid picture ID to gain admittance.
Our ticketing system was designed and implemented by Event Farm. http://www.eventfarm.com
There are no group discounts for concert tickets. Please contact us at email@example.com to speak with a manager about reserving one of our bar areas for a performance, or reserving the whole venue for your event.