Many delicious restaurants are located here! Pretty much any restaurant in this small neighborhood has good reviews. Many locals head to this neighborhood for happy hour.
Historic Dupont Circle in the heart of Washington DC, surrounded by cafe, restaurants and bars.
Another area with bars, restuarants, and nightlife. This area is a bit more upscale and expensive compared to the Ust and Hst areas.
This part of town is very central in Washington D.C. You can get anywhere by foot or by metro fairly easily. Dupont Circle is located in the "Old City" of Washington, D.C.—the area planned by architect Pierre Charles L'Enfant. There are beautiful embassies and row homes in this area. A beautiful…
“BUSTLING | MUSIC-FILLED | DIVERSE The U Street Corridor, sometimes called Cardozo/Shaw or Cardozo, is a commercial and residential district in Northwest Washington, D.C., most of which also constitutes the Greater U Street Historic District. It is centered along a nine-block stretch of U Street from 9th to 18th streets NW, from the 1920s until the 1960s was the city's black entertainment hub, called "Black Broadway" and "the heart of black culture in Washington, D.C." Our Recommendations:- Where to Eat - 1. Ben's Chilli Bowl (President Obama has visited this location) 2. Dukem Ethiopian Restaurant 3. Haikan Ramen 4. Compass Rose * 5. Ghibellina 6. Le Diplomete * 7. Jinya Ramen * reservation recommended Where to Drink - 1. Hawthorne 2. Left Door 3. American Ice Company 4. The Fainting Goat 5. Church Key What to Do - 1. Live Music at 930 Club, U-St Music Hall and the historic Howard Theatre. 2. Longest Cascading Fountain at Meridian Hill Park”
“Historic neighborhood in DC with lots of cute boutique shops and restaurants. It’s fun to walk through the neighborhood, visit shops on M St., and take a stroll by the waterfront!”
“14th and U is the next neighborhood over, full of amazing restaurants, live music, bars, and shops.”
“HAUTE FASHION | LIVE MUSIC | HOME DECOR The primarily residential neighborhood includes two historic districts, properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and sites designated D.C. Historic Landmarks. Vermont Avenue NW, Rhode Island Avenue NW, 13th Street NW, and P Street NW meet at the circle. An equestrian statue of Major General John A. Logan stands at its center. It is the only major circle downtown that remains entirely residential. Our Recommendations:- The Logan Circle neighborhood is adjacent to the U-St corridor. The recommendations we have for U-St should apply here too! ”