The 1836 Greek-revival colossus (each of its 30 36ft-high columns was carved from a single granite block) is decorated as befits a...
The sky terrace of POV, which sits atop the W Hotel Washington, is one of the best spots to watch the sunset on a hot summer night. From...
Cafe Du Parc
Du Parc is one of the best bistros in town, a place for French fare devoid of embellishment but ripping in honest, strong flavors and...
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Round Robin information
The bar at the Willard InterContinental Hotel is likely the most famous drinking institution in the city. The word ‘lobbyist’ was invented here during the Grant administration, and too many politicians, heads of state, journalists and other bigwigs have passed through for this book to list. The small, circular drinking space is done up in Gilded Age accents, all dark wood and 19th-century flourishes, and while it’s a bit touristy, you’ll still see folks here likely determining your latest tax hike over a single-malt Scotch.