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Artisanal,year-round food market,the culinary epicenter of DC;sparking a more vibrant district attracting DC’s culinary,entrepreneurial & artistic innovators.
Gourmet food hall. Drive in movies during the summer. The neighborhood has lots of restaurants, shops and bookstores.
Great food hall! Wonderful opportunity to have an international lunch. Grab a cachapa from Arepa zone, a smoked salmon sandwich from Neopol, some poke from the fish market, a breakfast sandwich from Buffalo & Bergen, etc. Often times you will find people playing ping pong and corn hole outside…
It has some of the best food vendors in town. It’s great for brunch. Great if you have children or not. Before ten on the weekend, it is dominated by people with small children. There are nice outside tables where parents can eat while kids play.
A food hall that includes everything! Try to visit off-peak to avoid big crowds.
10 minute ride share or drive down to great local shopping, theater, and restaurants.
“The Pork Noodle Soup here is amazing. Sunday Dim Sum Brunch and a great outdoor courtyard as well as avant garden streetwear”
“Great Asian-fusion eatery known for ramen noodles, dumplings, sake and cocktail.”
“Grab a rideshare for a 10 minute ride down to DC's outdoor oasis or drive yourself! Lots of parking, and in good weather, picnicking. ”
“Cozy, independent movie theater offering craft beer, wine, snacks & limited-release film screenings. Don’t be alarmed by the subtles on the screen. It’s located next to Gallaudet University for the deaf and hearing impaired. ”