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For the small and cozy restaurant we are, we give you some of the best dishes that you are not going to find anywhere else! That’s why, after 31 years of business, we have customers returning again & again, soaking in the wonderful ambience! Jean-Francois and his family suggest you come visit a little corner of France without paying for the airfare to enjoy an excellent country French meal and feel the excitement of a busy French Bistro!!! Casual attire is welcome & street parking is available.
Climb aboard an authentic, fully restored 1942 “Duck” and let the adventure begin! From Union Station we’ll waddle down to the mall where you’ll see the awe inspiring monuments and fabulous Smithsonian Museums. Then at the Potomac River you’ll splash down for a whole different look at the nation’s capital. This DC tour begins at Union Station and winds its way down Pennsylvania Avenue.
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A historic structure converted into a modern American tavern, “Virtue Feed & Grain takes its name from the building’s long-ago function as a feed house. Soaring open windows, exposed brick and giant iron girders frame the urban scene. Seating up to 350 revelers, this bi-level, airy warehouse also includes an outdoor lounge, TVs at each of the bars, and a private Porch lined with leather couches.The plan is to bring the old warehouse to re-establish the building and feed the people.
Kramerbooks & Afterwords first opened its doors amid the Bicentennial celebrations of 1976. At the time of its opening it was the first bookstore/café in Washington DC. Over the years, through expansions, subpoenas, and innumerable neighborhood changes, much of our business has remained constant, notably our commitment to providing our patrons with access to the best books we can procure and to the most delicious, varied food we can produce.
Washington DC has so much to see, do, and explore; you are going to need some help. Beyond the abundance of museums, monuments, and memorials, there are dozens of theater and music venues, 1000’s of shops and galleries, and over 10,000 places to eat.
Sip, Swirl, & Savor. Your next culinary adventure awaits in DC's Wine Country. With 40 wineries sprinkled throughout its rolling countryside, an emerging craft brew scene, distillery and foods from farms that have been producing for generations.
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