Navy Memorial & Naval Heritage Center
The hunched figure of the Lone Sailor, warding off the wind with his flipped-up pea coat, waiting quietly by his duffel, is our...
It's hard not to feel a little in awe of the big three documents in the National Archives. The Declaration of Independence, the...
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
Woolly Mammoth is the edgiest of DC’s experimental groups. Fifteen-dollar ‘stampede’ seats are available at the box office two hours...
A wee restaurant within a restaurant, Minibar is foodie nirvana, where the lucky six (just six seats, folks) get wowed by animal bits...
633 Pennsylvania Ave SE · interesting places nearby
Old-school Italian with just the right touches of modern embellishment, Locanda is lush. The menu isn’t particularly challenging – if you’ve ever had a nice Italian night out, you know what to expect – but that doesn’t mean it isn’t good. These may be small pasta plates (more Italian than Italian-American, which always tries to suffocate you in penne), but there’s an inverse quality–quantity equation at play. The menu shifts with the seasons; we remember a wild-mushroom gemelli from spring 2009 that seemed to sum up the season on our taste buds.