The square is named for Civil War general James B McPherson who once commanded the Army of Tennessee, and a statue of him on his horse...
St John’s Church
A small building, St John’s isn’t DC’s most imposing church, but it is arguably its most important. That’s because it’s the ‘Church of...
Off the Record
Intimate red booths, a hidden basement location in one of the city’s most prestigious hotels, right across from the White House – no...
Georgia Brown’s treats the humble ingredients of the American South (shrimp, okra, red rice, grits and sausage) with the respect great...
K Street information
K St is the center of the Washington lobbying industry. This is where high-powered lawyers, consultants and, of course, lobbyists (‘K St’ and ‘lobbyist’ have practically become synonymous since the 1990s) bark into their smartphones and enjoy expensive lunches. Come nightfall, the same power set comes back with hair considerably slicked and/or flattened to drink expensive cocktails while surrounded by the sort of people who swoon over everything we’ve just described.