Studio Gallery shows contemporary works by 35 emerging DC-area artists. Paintings, sculpture, mixed media and video are represented. The...
Exhibits paintings and design work by the ‘Africanistes,’ an attempt by white artists to record the African continent and diaspora.
The first modern-art museum in the country (opened in 1921) houses a small but exquisite collection of European and American works....
If you like chamber music, don’t forget about the Sunday concerts at the Phillips Collection. They have been a local tradition since 1941.
The local mini-chain Dolcezza whips up the District's best gelato. Some flavors are unusual, such as sweet-potato pecan and Thai coconut...
2132 Florida Ave NW · interesting places nearby
Opened in 1979, this was by many accounts the first organic restaurant in the country. Chef Nora was a pioneer of New American–style cooking, and she still crushes it. Alaskan halibut arrives on a bed of corn succotash, while Amish chicken livers soak deliciously in their own jus . All this happens in a quaint carriage house on one of Dupont’s loveliest corners.