Pavilion Café, Washington, DC

8 Mentions on Trippy

7th Street and Constitution Avenue

Washington, DC 20565

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(202) 289-3360

  • 3 mentions in Fun free things to do in D.C.?

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...Sculpture Garden - Next to the Gallery is this nice place to relax. Have a coffee or small snack at the Pavilion Café, sit by the fountains, and peruse the outdoor sculptures.National Museum Of The American Indian - See an interesting..." See More

    • peggy r.

      peggy r. said, "...Sculpture Garden and the National Gallery of Art is a must. If you are in town on a Friday night the Pavilion Café, located in the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden, offers a free jazz concert from 5-8PM, It is..." See More

    • Scott B.

      Scott B. said, "...If you're here on a Friday, you should check out Jazz in the Garden at Pavilion Café. Great jazz, beer/wine, and relaxing in the grass near the mall...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best of the Smithsonian?

    • peggy r.

      peggy r. said, "...amazing but very large and very tiring. Select a few exhibits you'd like to see and walk straight for them. The Pavilion Café located in the National Gallery of Art Garden, is a must see and a perfect place to get a..." See More

    • Georgia G.

      Georgia G. said, "...the Mall. either of these can use up most of your energy standing. for a bite I am partial to the Pavilion Café..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to see in Georgetown?

    • peggy r.

      peggy r. said, "...Other than those there are bathrooms located in little buildings along the Reflecting Pool. Each museum has a cafeteria and the Pavilion Café has a Café that is a very nice spot to sit and relax outside. Next to the National Air..." See More

  • 1 mention in What must I see in D.C. that is off the beaten path?

    • peggy r.

      peggy r. said, "...for 2 days so don't rush through this fascinating museum. Arlington National Cemetery is easy to get to on the Metro. Pavilion Café has a new addition, Marc Chagall's 'Orphee'. This glass and tile mosaic is a must see but can be..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best monuments in DC to take kids?

    • peggy r.

      peggy r. said, "...sculptures the kids will love. Sit and relax a bit facing the very large fountain or sit in or near the Pavilion Café where you can get a salad, sandwich, drinks or just a cupcake! Definitely go to the Museum of Natural..." See More