Picture this: a morning stroll along the waterfront, an afternoon of visiting Smithsonian museums and an evening at one of many Michelen starred restaurants, finished off with a Georgetown cupcake. Could it get any better? DC’s lively neighborhoods truly have it all, from fine dining to high-end shopping, peaceful spas and more. Be sure to add The Wharf, Navy Yard, Capitol Hill and Georgetown to your list.
With sweeping views of the Washington Channel, DC’s multi-billion dollar development, The Wharf, has it all. The Southwest Waterfront neighborhood boasts luxurious and modern restaurants, hotels, music venues, shops and more. Simply put, a visit to this rapidly growing community is a must.
From walks along the Anacostia River to soaring baseballs at Nationals Park, DC's Navy Yard is the place to be. Yards Park remains the hub for all things exciting: Think tasty restaurants and wineries, vast lawn spaces, must-visit shops and more. Priding itself in its plethora of amenities all within walkable distances, the area remains an exciting neighborhood full of historical and contemporary locales.
As the city’s largest neighborhood, the Hill is known for being a political hub with historical landmarks, but it offers so much more. Visit Eastern Market for farm-fresh produce, or escape into the greens at the Botanic Gardens. Once night falls, chic eateries like The Duck and Peach, as well as cocktail bars like Lola’s, are sure to keep you busy.
Georgetown—where modern meets traditional with trendy boutiques, an active nightlife scene, cobblestone streets and federal-style architecture. Home to M Street, one of the best shopping hubs in the country, this area does not disappoint with a range of high end shops, delectable bites and more.