Citysearch Editorial Review.
Trusty's first floor resembles any other neighborhood dive in Washington, D.C. (dingy wooden tables, jukebox, beers and burgers) but those who head upstairs are in for a surprise--and a blast from the past! The bar's second floor consists of a large open-air patio and a fully-stocked bar inside a converted yellow school bus, in which easygoing bartenders serve drinks through the glassless windows. The space surrounding the bus is tiny yet lively, with booths made out of actual school bus seats where patrons can play board games such as Jenga and Scrabble while knocking back brews served in Mason jars. The crowd, predominantly made up of Hill locals, swears by the burgers, which are a great deal at $7.50 a pop and come with a heaping platter of potato chips to enhance the old school vibe.