Exposed brick and classy chandeliers welcome you to 918 F St., LivingSocial's experimental venue in Washington, D.C.
A 15-panel display hangs in the foyer of 819 F St.
Exposed brick, large windows, wood floors and ornate ceilings exist throughout the building.
An old elevator still functions to lift people from floor to floor.
TVs on every floor display current and upcoming events.
The third floor's TV screen promotes a "Sippin' & Paintin'" class.
Later, the third floor screen promotes a "Sushi, Sake and Sumo" class.
Students sip wine while painting.
918 F St. also has a music venue.
The performance venue looks down on a bar a story below.
The Speakeasy bar located below the stage.
Another view of the bar, where students attend Mixology classes and other events.
Look up and you can see the stage from the bar.
Look down from the stage above and you can see the bar.
A cooking demonstration room can seat about three dozen class participants.
Spatulas, wood spoons, whisks and high-end stainless steal appliances galore!
Students can get an close-up view of the action using various TV screens throughout the room.
Two chefs prep for a class later they are hosting later at day.
Excellent chopping skills.
Lots of rolling pins!
After cooking classes wrap-up, students are encouraged to eat together around a table.
In addition to the cooking classroom, a commercial kitchen can prepare meals for hundreds of guests.
One of the rooms, commonly used for hosting "pop-up" restaurants, is called the "Georgetown."
A pop-up restaurant hosting dinner later that day has decorated the room with burlap sacks and tea lights.
This art was spray painted on the wall only about an hour earlier for that evening's dinner event.
John Arroyo of Founding Farmers hosts the Mixology class.
A view of the stage upstairs from the Mixology class.
A look at the bar after a Mixology class concluded that taught us how to make a Mint Juliep, a Martini and other cocktails.
An exterior view of 918 F St., a six-floor building that has flexible work spaces for everything from yoga to live music.