Bullfeathers of Capitol Hill is a restaurant and bar on 410 First Street SE in Washington, D.C., in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. It has opened recently under new ownership. The new owners are Tony Harris, Med Lahlou, William Walls and Jessica Mulroy. It has achieved some degree of fame for its association with congressional staffers and members who have been patrons, and as a place where "lobbyists take Hill staffers to down martinis."
Bullfeathers, Capital Hill is also the location of the Annual SWTA Legislative Breakfast
The political activist Ralph E. Reed, Jr. had a religious experience while at Bullfeathers on a Saturday evening in September 1983. Regarding the experience, Reed said "the Holy Spirit simply demanded me to come to Jesus." He walked outside the pub to a phone booth, thumbed through the Yellow Pages under "Churches," and found the Evangel Assembly of God in Camp Springs, Maryland, He visited the next morning and became a born-again Christian. 
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