Cocktail Glass Light – Real World DC

Cocktail or Martini Glass Light on 18th Street NW in Adams Morgan from Real World DC

Cocktail or Martini Glass Light on 18th Street NW in Adams Morgan from Real World DC

Nothing really happens around this martini glass light, but it shows up repeatedly in the Real World DC series, often as the houseguests head out for dinner or a night on the town.

This light is located about four doors down from The Diner where Andrew, Ashley, Callie, Emily, Erika, Josh, Mike and Ty had breakfast in Episode 2. Click The Diner – Real World DC to see the StationStart.com entry about the houseguest breakfast at The Diner in Episode 2.

The cocktail glass light that appears in several episodes of Real World DC is located on the light pole right in front of 2445 18th Street NW, Washington, DC in Adams Morgan. Click Here for Google Map showing the location of the cocktail glass light.

Closest Metro Station: The Metro station nearest the cocktail glass light is the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro Station about six tenths of a mile away.

In the next block to the south, on the same side of 18th Street NW (the eastern side), there are two similar, lights attached to different light poles. As far as I know neither of these has appeared in the Real World DC show.

High Heel Shoe Light and Steaming Mug Light on 18th Street NW in Adams Morgan - Similar to Cocktail Glass Light Seen on Real World DC

High Heel Shoe Light and Steaming Mug Light on 18th Street NW in Adams Morgan - Similar to Cocktail Glass Light Seen on Real World DC

One, a high heel shoe, is located in front of 2335 18th Street NW. Click Here for Google Map showing the location of the high heel shoe light that is similar to the cocktail glass light that appears in several episodes of Real World DC.

The other, a steaming mug of coffee (or perhaps tea or hot chocolate), is located in front of 2311 18th Street NW. Click Here for Google Map showing the location of the steaming mug light that is similar to the cocktail glass light that appears in several episodes of Real World DC.

Daytime Pre-Photoshop Version of Cocktail Glass Light That Was Modified To Look As Though The Photograph Had Been Taken At Night

Daytime Pre-Photoshop Version of Cocktail Glass Light That Was Modified To Look As Though The Photograph Had Been Taken At Night

Photoshop Note: The photograph at the left is the original version of the nighttime photograph at the top of this entry. It was taken on a bright January day. After some work in Photoshop, the picture was modified to look more or less like it was taken at night.


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