District of Columbia Arts Center
The grassroots DCAC offers emerging artists a space to showcase their work. The 750-sq-ft gallery features rotating visual arts...
At first Saki’s basement lounge gives the impression of being a little like a psychiatric institution: low white ceilings, white walls,...
The Diner serves hearty comfort food, any time of the day or night. It's ideal for wee-hour breakfast scarf-downs, weekend bloody-Mary...
Rumba Cafe information
Lonely Planet review
Sit outside on the sidewalk and watch life pass you by while sipping some of the mintiest mojitos in the city and munching on mouthwatering morsels from South America. This tiny, eclectic restaurant's menu is mainly Brazilian, although it pops around the rest of the continent. We love the empanadas and, as is the Brazilian wont, anything steak-based is usually delicious. After dinner Rumba hosts live Latin bands in its shabby-chic, red-and-mirror-clad interior.