Don’t Miss the 17th Street Festival on August 26

Mark your calendar for Saturday, August 26th for the annual 17th Street Festival. Visit your favorite restaurants and retailers along 17th Street in the Adams Morgan neighborhood, as well as about 100 other vendors, including art, jewelry, pottery, and crafts from over 50 artists. During the festival, you can learn...

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Find New England Dishes for Lunch and Dinner at The Salt Line

The Salt Line, which just opened about six weeks ago, serves up New England classics and Chesapeake dishes on DC’s Southeast riverfront. The menu consists of appetizers, meat and seafood entrees, sandwiches, crudos, and sides. Enjoy classic dishes like bacon-spiked clam chowder, fried clam bellies, and dressed or buttered lobster...

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Rodgers & Hammerstein’s ‘The King and I’ at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I has a rich and storied history on the stage and screen, and this most recent adaptation at the John F. Kennedy Center is bound to be considered as one of the finest iterations. This classic tale tells the story of the unconventional relationship...

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Explore Your Favorite Museum at Night at Smithsonian Sleepovers

Imagine a sleepover under a space shuttle, or next to the prehistoric bones of a triceratops. That’s what you’ll get when you have a Smithsonian Sleepover! Choose from the National American History Museum, Natural History Museum, or the Space Museum’s Udvar-Hazy Center. Check-in after the museum closes, and explore the...

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Find Creative Burgers Piled High With Toppings at CaliBurger

CaliBurger is a new DC hamburger joint located on First Street Northeast, at the Wunder Garten at Noma. Though it just opened a few weeks ago, it already has quite a few loyal followers. It seems like everything on the menu at CaliBurger can be described as “piled high.” That...

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Grab a Post-Work Drink With Friends at Bluejacket

DC residents know Bluejacket as a popular space to enjoy few post-work drinks with colleagues, a quick bite before a ballgame, or a brunch with friends in the Navy Yard. Founded in 2013 as a brewery with a 200-seat adjoining restaurant, Bluejacket has built a loyal following in southeast DC....

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