Laid-back lounge where oil and computer industry sophisticates come to sip wine and puff on cigars.. The Scene Through the towering glass doors of a mid-sized strip center just past the beltway, you'll find this modest recluse of a lounge. Framed posters of Miles Davis and recorded jazz music are expected, but, for a lounge where the accessory of choice is a cigar, the air is surprisingly clean, and the bar is scrupulously clean.
The Draw Drink prices may be slightly higher than other area bars but, margarita drinkers will appreciate the inclusion of Jose Cuervo in the well. Also nice: Juices are poured from bottles, rather than a juice gun. This gives Fedora's mixed drinks and martinis a little extra sass. The scene is dominated by 30- to 50-year-olds, but the occasional group of 20-somethings livens up the atmosphere. Some loners in the crowd may look desperate, but this isn't a pick-up joint; most are here to drink in peace.