Coup de Foudre
Ford’s Theatre Center
More exhibits for Lincoln-o-philes. Displays on the 3rd and 4th floors show the assassination’s aftermath and how Lincoln's legacy lives...
After being shot at Ford’s Theatre, the unconscious president was carried across the street to die at Petersen House. Its tiny,...
On April 14, 1865, John Wilkes Booth assassinated Abraham Lincoln in his box seat here. Timed-entry tickets let you see the flag-draped...
E Street Cinema
The eight screens flicker with first-run independent and foreign films, documentaries and classic revivals. Crab-cake bites, chicken...
Central Michel Richard
Michel Richard is known for his high-end eating establishments in the District, but Central stands out as a special dining experience....
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Coup de Foudre information
Local men dream of the day their girlfriends take them here and say, ‘What should I get, honey?’ Women also love Coup; the lingerie makes Victoria’s Secret look gauche, and the mom-and-daughter owners have a passion for prettying up your bottom drawer.