On weekends, the park grounds hop with yoga-doing millennials, frisbee-throwing families and, every Sunday afternoon, a drum circle that you can watch, dance to, or join.
A Georgian feast awaits at Supra in Shaw, where the khachapuri (housemade bread filled with cheese) cannot be missed.
Ambar in Capitol Hill brings Balkan cuisine to the heart of DC, offering mezze, spreads, flatbreads, meat and poultry and much more.
Walking around the District is a joy, but adding a little speed to your sightseeing means more adventure.
Book a bicycle or Segway tour of the city with Bike and Roll or City Segway Tours, with a professional guide dishing out info on DC landmarks along the way.
Bib Gourmand honoree, an award given to restaurants serving high quality cuisine at affordable prices.
China Chilcano, located in Penn Quarter, dishes out a delightful rendition on Peruvian food, with accompanying flavors from China and Japan – all without completely emptying your wallet.
The arboretum is also home to the original columns of the U. Capitol building, featured in their own dedicated space and instantly Instagrammable.
One of the most romantic ways to see the Arboretum is during a full moon hike.
offers pay-what-you-like walking tours of DC’s most fascinating sites, including the National Mall, Georgetown, the U Street corridor, Capitol Hill and many more.
Although the tours are technically free, donations are highly recommended.
Other bike tour options include DC Cycling Concierge and Adventure DC Tricycle Tours.