If you’re visiting DC, you’re probably excited to start taking some vacation pictures. Check out our guide below to see where to go for dreamy backgrounds that’ll be the envy of all your friends back home. THE TIDAL BASIN Get ready to snap away as you walk through DC’s many monuments and memorials. Our personal
Given Georgetown’s bustling tourist scene, it’s hard to think of this neighborhood as undiscovered. But check out our tips below for some off-the-beaten-track spots, including a labyrinth and secret garden: GEORGETOWN LABYRINTH This particular Georgetown secret hides in plain sight. The bustling waterfront area of Georgetown also happens to have a mini-labyrinth constructed from colored
Located steps away from the neighborhood of Capitol Hill, the funky, eclectic Eastern Market is one of DC’s coolest neighborhoods. Stop by for some food, drink, and art during your visit to Washington and the Graham Georgetown Hotel. THE FARMERS’ MARKET Weekends at this public food market mean you can stock up on plenty of
If you’re looking for a quick lunch as you make your way through the city’s many monuments and museums, there’s no better choice than a food truck. Before your stop reading, these aren’t the hot dog vendors of yore. Today’s food trucks are all about gourmet offerings and fresh ingredients for a quick, unique lunch.
In recent years, DC’s H Street district has had a veritable restaurant and bar explosion. Check out our guide on the must-visit spots in this foodie neighborhood! BIERGARTEN HAUS It’s practically mandatory for DC residents to pay a visit to this Bavarian-style beer garden at least once every summer. Order the paprika cream rahmschnitzel, one