2 mentions in Best areas in Washington, D.C. for foodies?
marilyn t. said, "...first DC venture, Le Diplomate brasserie. Chef Michael Schlow at Tico is another James Beard winner, serving Mexican / Spanish cuisine. Dupont Circle- people line up for prix-fixe Thai food at Little Serow just next to one of the best restaurants..." See More
Lincoln M. said, "... Dupont Circle is a spectacular place for a foodie to rome around! There's a wide variety of casual and fine dining restaurant in the area. Scion Restaurant for brunch, Golden Brown Delicious for a casual indulgence of fried chicken and doughnuts, Boqueria..." See More
2 mentions in Where to stay outside of the city?
Jodi R. said, "...on airbnb where you can likely find cheaper rates than for hotels and stay closer to the city. I live in Dupont Circle and highly recommend this and the surrounding areas, all easily metro accessible to downtown. You could also look outside..." See More
peggy r. said, "...right on the Maryland line. Try the Embassy Suites there. Many restaurants from casual to sit down are in the area. Dupont Circle in D.C.is a great area to stay with several hotels and many restaurants as you travel along Connecticut Avenue...." See More
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David F. said, "...be more neighborhood activity and nightlife in the evening as you move away from the Mall, especially near Logan Circle , Dupont Circle, the 14th & U Street NW Corridor, Georgetown , and parts of downtown near Chinatown , and Capitol..." See More
Brian Y. said, "... Dupont Circle is a great place to stay. Take the metro red line to the National Mall and see all of the Smithsonian museums for free. Then back to Dupont for some great restaurants at night. Chinatown would also be another option...." See More
2 mentions in Best area to stay and hotels in D.C.?
Polly B. said, "...where you can go kayaking or paddleboarding. The downside is that there's no metro stop, so I wouldn't advise staying there. Dupont Circle up to Kalorama Heights is a more neighborhood-y area with embassies, restaurants, and bars. You can find some good..." See More
Georgia G. said, "...locations, like the Gallery Place, but it is very crowded. Georgetown (Washington DC) is also really nice, but not Metro friendly. Dupont Circle is pretty nice, but you will have to Metro to areas like the Smithsonian stop to access museums and..." See More
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Cristiane G. said, "...Zoological Park (seeing the pandas is a must!). If you can, check out DC's most famous neighborhoods including Georgetown (Washington DC), Dupont Circle and Adams Morgan. To get around, I recommend walking or using bike share. Another option for transportation is the..." See More
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Perla D. said, "...Visit Georgetown (Washington DC) ,Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle for great bars,restaurants and museums. Massachusetts Ave NE is full of historical houses that has been converted to Embassies. Union Station has a great farmers market. Aside from National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian..." See More
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Anita M. said, "...well personally, but I'm always hearing of new concept restaurants and bars opening up around there. Aside from that I think Dupont Circle is also a good balance of nice restaurants, shops, and fun people-watching but you wouldn't find anything especially trendy/unique...." See More
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