What’s Doing in Washington, D.C.

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The Washington Monument

The Washington Monument

For an epicurean adventure head to Adams Morgan, a neighborhood in Northwest Washington, D.C that is filled with all kinds of eclectic eats. Restaurants and offerings include Southern Hospitality, Awash (an Ethiopian restaurant), Himalayan Heritage, and Amsterdam Falafel Shop. Late night giant pizza slices on weekends in Adams Morgan are also a filling meal to try.

Besides the countless monuments, statues, and historical sites, another great place to enjoy history whilst in the city is the Occidental. The restaurant offers an opportunity to dine with former presidents, ambassadors, and and spymasters including Theodore Roosevelt, Richard Nixon, John Scali, and Alexander Fomin, among others thanks to the hundreds of historic photographs of past diners that completely cover the walls. Additionally, the restaurant offers excellent seafood and steaks. Be sure to try the Delmarva (a portmanteau of the states Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia) oysters.

Georgia Brown’s, which opened in 1993, offers home-style Southern “Low Country” cuisine. Start off with the warm cornbread sticks and end with the rich red velvet cake. Although many Washingtonians don’t consider the city to be part of the American South, the dishes at Georgia Brown’s make a strong case for that to be the case.

The Occidental's dining room

The Occidental’s dining room


The Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square has a restaurant, ici Urban Bistro, which boasts some unique creations, such as the confit lamb shoulder and deconstructed banana split.


One of the liveliest neighborhood in the city is DuPont Circle, and one of the liveliest hotels there is Kimpton’s Hotel Palomar DC. The property offers a daily hosted wine hour evenings between 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., and the hotel’s Mediterranean-themed restaurant, Urbana, has a wine bar and engaging menu.

Another unique hotel in the city is Donovan House, located on Thomas Circle, a mere 10-minute walk from the White house and National Mall. This distinctive hotel has a unique room design: the shower stall juts out prominently into the middle of the sleeping area. Complimentary bike rentals make exploring the city convenient and practical.

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