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  • Dean & DeLuca

    Located in bustling, upscale Georgetown, Dean & Deluca specializes in fine foods and California wines along with kitchenware. The store occupies a ... More
  • Degrees Bar & Lounge

    This chic outpost at the Ritz Carleton in Georgetown boasts an upper-crust clientele and a New York state of mind. Impeccably dressed patrons knock... More
  • District Line

    The District Line brings edgy, tailored menswear from British labels like Ben Sherman to a clientele more accustomed to pinstripes and loafers. More
  • Dolcezza

    This gelateria produces small, handmade batches of gelato each morning inside its Georgetown shop. Committed to using the freshest ingredients, the... More
  • Dumbarton Oaks

    Part of a vast estate off a quiet Georgetown street, the 10-acre garden of the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection is a celebration of l... More
  • Dupont Circle Freshfarm Market

    Established in 1997, the Dupont Circle Freshfarm Market is a year-round farmers' market welcoming producers from the Chesapeake Bay region. Located... More
  • Frederick Douglass National Historic Site

    Cedar Hill, the graceful hilltop home where Douglass lived from 1877 until his death in 1895, provides an intimate look at the daily life of the gr... More
  • Freer and Sackler Galleries

    Located on the National Mall and connected by an underground exhibit, the Freer and Sackler Galleries form the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art. ... More
  • Gate 54/Saint-Ex

    A boisterous thirtysomething crowd fills both floors of this popular watering hole: the ground-floor bistro has seats for dinner or an alt-sceney d... More
  • Georgetown University

    The nation's oldest Catholic and Jesuit university was established in 1789 on a hill overlooking the Potomac and the village of Georgetown. The fla... More
  • Go Mama Go!

    The lodestar of this block’s constellation of eclectic housewares shops, Go Mama Go! is packed with a funky mix of Japanese ceramics, Murano glassw... More
  • Green and Blue

    This Dupont Circle shop is owned by Czech Republic natives and friends Daniela Cermanova and Michaela Schwartz. The shop carries men’s and women’s ... More
  • Harman Center for the Arts

    The Harman Center for the Arts is the collective name for the Lansburgh Theatre and Sidney Harman Hall, which serve as the home theaters for The Sh... More
  • Hawk & Dove

    After a long day of plotting, scheming, and formulating policy, harried Hillies head to this 40-year-old traditional Irish pub to take the edge off... More
  • HR-57

    The city’s coolest jazz plays day and night at this groovy, dim-lit classic. The name, Washington geek-speak for House Resolution 57, refers to the... More

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