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Neighborhood Walk Through D.C.'s H Street

Granville Moore’s.

Photo: Eric Johnson

There’s a new energy brewing on H Street, a onetime cultural hub just a stone’s throw from union station. Read the article

Destinations: Washington, D.C.

Themes: City Break

Inspired by: Walking Washington, D.C.’s H Street — by Rob Jordan, Published Apr. 2010

Restaurants (2)

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    Granville Moore’s

    For Belgian beer and gastropub grub, Granville Moore's has become a staple in the H Street NE neighborhood (also known as the Atlas District)What.

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    Taylor Gourmet

    A local chain with eateries in D.C., Virginia, and Maryland, this deli channels the City of Brotherly Love with its hoagies and sandwiches—all its

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    Toyland

    Lemon-drop-yellow bar stools and sweet cocktails at this cheery corner bar pay homage to the 1960’s-era toy and candy store that once stood here. T

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    Atlas Performing Arts Center

    Beyond the throwback façade and ticket window, visitors find a sophisticated lobby worthy of cocktail parties. The Atlas Theater was originally bui

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    Industry Gallery

    Urban grit melds with high art in this former auto repair shop turned gallery space. The 4,300-square-foot room has whitewashed walls to showcase i

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