Georgetown’s Waterfront in Washington DC

One of the best places to go near our Washington DC Inn is Georgetown’s Waterfront. Located right along the Potomac River this area of DC is teeming with both relaxing and exciting things to do. If you are looking for one place with endless options of activities, look no further. Check out some of the …
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Tryst – A Tremendously Tasty Time

When I moved to DC a year and a half ago I came not knowing anyone or the area well at all and I was eager to find a place that could become my regular spot. The place I could go for any meal at anytime. I wanted a place comfortable like my home, but …
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Washington DC’s Jack Rose Dining Saloon

If you’re in Washington DC, you must check out Jack Rose Dining Saloon. Luckily it is only a 6 minute walk from our Washington Bed and Breakfast. Open for dinner from Sunday to Thursday, Jack Rose Dining Saloon is for those who appreciate a good atmosphere, good food, and good whiskey. Whether you’re meeting clients …
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DC’s Best Coffee Shops

If you’re like me, your day can start without a strong cup of coffee. Upon moving to DC, my first goal was to scout out good coffee, and much to my relief, I found that DC abounds in exceptional coffee. Whether you prefer grabbing a quick cup to-go or enjoying many cups over breakfast or …
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Le Diplomate: Paris on 14th Street

Imagine yourself sitting inside a warm garden room. It’s past 8pm. The lights are dimmed and there is the pleasant sound of dinner conversation gliding off the walls. You can look up and see the city lights through the slanted glass, along with a few hanging plants and glowing lanterns. You reach into a basket …
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Chinatown: A DC Must-Visit Neighborhood

Upon crossing under the Friendship Archway, you enter a world of culture, history, and nightlife in the small, historic neighborhood of Chinatown. Situated along H and I Streets between 5th and 8th Streets, Northwest, Chinatown comprises of diverse restaurants, shopping, museums, and theatres. Though Chinatown lives up to its name and consists of many of …
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Ted’s Bulletin: A Delightful DC Diner

Comfort, nostalgia, and whimsy greet you at the revolving door of Ted’s Bulletin, and upon entrance the scent of freshly baked pies and pop tarts assures you that your dining experience will be divine. Since 2010, Ted’s Bulletin has been a gathering place for DC locals to enjoy comfort foods as they watch TV classics, …
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Georgetown: The heart of Washington D.C.

Each year, thousands of tourists descend upon the Nation’s Capital, Washington D.C., to visit the many Smithsonian Museums, learn about the history of America, watch a ball game, and eat some of the best food on the east coast. Whether it be the National Air and Space Museum located on the National Mall or the …
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