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“The only venue on this list that also happens to be a house of worship, Sixth & I maintains its identity as a multi-denominational synagogue while doubling as a community center and space for the arts. Standing on the eponymous corner in Northwest Washington DC since 1908, Sixth & I has served as a hub for spiritual life in the capital for over a century -- it was an African Methodist Episcopal church from 1945 until 2002 -- and continues to foster thoughtful discussions and cultural events through its programming. Matisyahu was the first contemporary artist to perform at the venue, and they have continued to book outstanding talent in their stunning historical space.”
“Get in the woods! A national park hiding in the heart of DC. Bike, walk, jog or sit and contemplate nature. Roads closed to traffic on the weekends and only open to park-goers.”
“Ethiopian restaurant. Ethiopian food is big in DC. This place is not very fancy but good food and nearby. ”
“Another place we frequent for Mexican (mostly take-out). Our favorite thing on the menu is the chorizo quesadilla. Often crowded at lunch as it is a popular spot for 14th St. construction workers (just another signal that it’s good!).”