The idea to open the venue started out as a joke after a friend suggested the idea, according to the Washington Post. But Eastman says that "there wasn't an affordable, no-frills dance club in D.C." and so he jumped at the opportunity when a spot opened up on U Street.
The club's Facebook page says this about the venue:
No pretense, no dress code, no bullshit. Come to dance. Our wooden dance floor in huge and our sound system is bangin'.
Though Eastman and Tittsworth will DJ every now and then, they will also host other notable national and international DJs to spin.
According to UrbanDaddy, the bar offers five domestic beers on tap, and grilled cheese or sausage to order. But the main point of the club is to, of course, dance.
See one of Eastman's more popular tunes, "Feelin'" below: