No. The are none. In fact if there were statistics they would show the opposite. Areas with a lot of bars/restaurants have higher property values than most of the metro area. Georgetown, Bethesda, Shirlington, Adams Morgan, H street are prime examples.
Travis' answer was right on the money! I did a brief search and the cheapest home for sale in Adams Morgan is 176k for 550ft sq. 1 bedroom condo-which is really a nice studio. The range goes up beyond 2.2million. Check it out at http://bit.ly/adamsmorgandcmetrorealtor.
Feel free to do additional searches on the site and prove to yourself what the professionals say--great access to entertainment/shopping/restaurants means higher dollar value. Let me know if I can be of additional service.