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Although this location was quite small in size, they met all of the Panera standards for service and quality. They do mostly takeout, so there are a limited selection of indoor tables. Service was fast and employees were friendly and the food was all good.
I went to H-Street area during the working day night and with no special event and found it even more interesting that with the event. I walked up and down and used the street car as well. The two interesting area with restaurants and bars...More
Fabulous day at the H Street Fair! Packed with people, kids and dogs. Everyone having fun. Great weather, great music at every street corner, great food too. Just a fun day to spend outdoors with the people of DC!
After many years of being a neighborhood to be avoided, now in recent years H Street corridor of Washington D.C. is hip place to go. A few block of H-Street (from 4-8 streets) are filled with nice and hips restaurants and bar. Old buildings were...More
Finally, after decades of stagnation, the H St. corridor in NE is on the move: new restaurants (many with rooftop decks), a bit of boutique retail, a budding theater and performance scene, upscale new apartments & condos along the main thoroughfare with gracious houses behind....More
This street is not what it was a few years ago. Once run down and in need of repair, this area has now been revitalized with restaurants, bars and popular meeting spaces. This street is a major passage way between the District of Columbia and...More
Restaurants abound in this section of the city. The sounds and smells are temptinnd almost every cuisine is available within a short radius. My personal favorite was a tiny flatbread pizza where you could build your own.
There's a lot to say (good and bad) about H Street in NE DC, but this review is about the H Street Festival. We've been to a lot of street festivals in the DC area, and ths was one of the best. It runs about...More