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Currently offering free breakfast buffet as well as 50% off both lunch and dinner (in order to compensate guests for their ongoing renovations).
(Pennsylvania Quarter) Located directly across the street from the National Portrait Gallery. The first and only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage, featuring the largest collection of international spy-related artifacts ever placed on public display.
Currently closed for renovation. The place where President Abraham Lincoln was shot in 1865.
Located directly across the street from Ford's Theatre; this is the actual boarding house where President Lincoln died.
Located next door to the Ford's Theatre (where President Lincoln was shot) and across the street from the Petersen House (the boarding house where President Lincoln died).
The nation's only complete collection of presidential portraits outside the White House, featuring an enhanced and extended display of multiple images of 42 presidents of the United States. Also be sure to see the Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard -- 28,000 sq. feet of ficus and black olive trees, ferns and water features enclosed with a wavy glass-and-steel canopy that appears to float over the courtyard.
Walking distance to the National Portrait Gallery. Go here for some happy hour refreshments -- grab a pale ale and $1.99 cheeseburger!
Hopefully, the future home of Sen. Barack Obama.
(Dupont Circle) This underground bar features the "world's largest beer list" -- try the Polish Okocim O.K. pilsner or the Bar Harbor blueberry ale!
(Adams Morgan) Handmade, fresh baked empanadas -- try the vegan and the saltenas (chicken, potato, green peas, hard boiled egg, raisin, green olives and onion)!
(Adams Morgan) 2450 18th St. NW, directly across the street from Madam's Organ.
(Foggy Bottom / Georgetown) Grab a gyro and a falafel at the Pita Pit -- the corner of 23rd and G, NW, in the lower level of the Ivory Towers at the Foggy Bottom campus.
Featuring the Eternal Flame at President John F. Kennedy's Gravesite, as well as the Tomb of the Unknowns. The Tomb of the Unknowns is guarded 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and in any weather by Tomb Guard sentinels (the best of the elite 3rd U.S. Infantry). Be sure to witness The Changing of the Guard ceremony, an elaborate ritual occurring every hour on the hour.
The Tomb of the Unknowns is guarded 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and in any weather by Tomb Guard sentinels (the best of the elite 3rd U.S. Infantry). Be sure to witness The Changing of the Guard ceremony, an elaborate ritual occurring every hour on the hour.
(Foggy Bottom / Georgetown)
(Dupont Circle) Go there for Sunday brunch -- try their self-serve Bloody Mary bar, or add unlimited Mimosas to your brunch buffet for $4.95!
(Dupont Circle) A great place to watch the Super Bowl! Featuring pool tables, dart boards, shuffleboard tables, six huge high-definition projection TVs and 20 additional TVs including plasmas with DirecTV.
The Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom is a must-see -- home of the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights.
(Located on the National Mall, across from the U.S. Capitol building) The Mitsitam Native Foods Café inside is amazing! The café features Native foods found throughout the Western Hemisphere, including the Northern Woodlands, South America, the Northwest Coast, Meso America, and the Great Plains. Each food station depicts regional lifeways related to cooking techniques, ingredients, and flavors found in both traditional and contemporary dishes.
(Located in the National Museum of the American Indian) The café features Native foods found throughout the Western Hemisphere, including the Northern Woodlands, South America, the Northwest Coast, Meso America, and the Great Plains. Each food station depicts regional lifeways related to cooking techniques, ingredients, and flavors found in both traditional and contemporary dishes.
Be sure to get a free Gallery Pass to see the U.S. Senate or the U.S. House of Representatives galleries! (Passes are obtained from the office of your Senator or Representative, or from your tour guide if you're extra nice!)
This living and working museum serves as a bustling retail center and intermodal transportation facility. In addition to over 130 unique shops and restaurants, Union Station is the hub for Amtrak's headquarters and executive offices.
(Dupont Circle / Embassy Row) Featuring Italian and Mediterranean specialty foods -- try their tasty Lahm B'Ajeen wrap (ground beef, lamb, hummus, lettuce, honey tomatoes, roasted onions and Kasseri cheese)!
Get a few beers, some Johnny Red & Diet Cokes, a Santa Fe salad, and some chocolate cake while waiting for your plane. Push a few tables together and play dominos with your pals.