It's one of the best bits of the George Washington University campus, where Colonial-revival buildings flank a green park bedecked with...
George Washington University
Known as ‘G-dub’ or ‘GW,’ the university has been a bedrock of Washington identity since its founding in 1821. Besides shaping much of...
This gem is the country’s only textile museum. Galleries hold exquisite fabrics and carpets. Exhibits revolve around a theme, say Asian...
Froggy Bottom Pub
This popular GWU hangout attracts students with grub-and-pub deals, a frat-boy-esque atmosphere and the sort of shot specials that make...
A frosty decor of pickled goods in jars adorns this buzzy dining space. The look is a combination of rustic-cool and modern art that...
Robert Kinkead’s restaurant is one of the most revered of DC’s old-line establishments. Where others have let quality slip and slide as their name has grown, or vanished altogether, this place endures and improves. Long before being a foodie or locavore was popular – in fact, back when a sign of status was having your Japanese tuna flown in from across the ocean – this seafood powerhouse was concentrating on artfully teasing the best flavors it could find from nearby fisheries and farms. For this commitment to the region and good food in general, we give our enthusiastic endorsement. Try the brioche-crusted flounder and thank us later.