Gadsby’s Tavern Museum
Once a real tavern (operated by John Gadsby from 1796 to 1808), this building now houses a museum demonstrating the prominent role of...
Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum
In 1792 Edward Stabler opened up his apothecary (pharmacy) – a family business that would operate for the next 141 years, until the...
In 2008 work was finally completed on a visitor center , which showcases the exhaustive background of a building that fairly sweats...
Basin Street Lounge
Wire-rimmed glasses and black turtlenecks may be the uniform at this sophisticated jazz venue, located in the back of the 219...
King Street Blues
King Street Blues is a crazy Southern ‘roadhouse’ diner that serves really good baked meatloaf, country-fried steak, Southern fried...
Restaurant Eve information
Lonely Planet review
While ‘fusion’ may be an overused adjective when it comes to describing restaurants, the best kitchens always fuse. Innovation and tradition, regional and international influences, comfort and class. Eve contains everything we have described, a combination of great American ingredients, precise French technique and some of the highest levels of service we’ve encountered in the area. Splurge here on the tasting menus, which are simply on another level of gastronomic experience. This is one of the few vegan-friendly high-end restaurants in the DC metro area; just make sure to call a day ahead and chef-owner Cathal Armstrong’s team will be happy to accommodate you.