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Dupont Circle’s Top 4 Night Scenes

Nothing tops the summer night scene in D.C. From the lively area the U Street Corridor to Adams Morgan, D.C. is energetic all night long in the summer. After a long week of working hard, you’re ready to play and party all weekend. Dupont Circle is mix of all types of party-goers from the relaxed and classy to the heavy weight bar champs and R&B groovers. If you love to party, Dupont Circle is party central! Let the summer night breeze whisk you away into some of Dupont Circle’s best clubs, lounges and bars: 1) Kabin: Kabin Lounge’s interior is ...
Dining On The Water In Front Of Fountains

Dining on the Waterfront

The waterfront located in Georgetown is one of the best places in D.C. to hang out during the summertime. Besides the beautiful view of the waterfront, there are many things to experience from the many happy hours, retail stores and summer events, the waterfront has the best dining. If you’re a seafood lover, there are several restaurants where you can enjoy a delicious steamed lobster or some buttery crab legs! The waterfront is buzzing with beautiful restaurants to look out over the water while enjoying a nice meal and mingling with other patrons. Here are some restaurants to visit at ...
Apartment Building In D.C. Painted As A Watermelon

Celebrate National Watermelon Day in D.C.

There are a bunch of unusual national holidays that we celebrate in the U.S. such as National Best Friends Day and National Tequila Day, but there is even one to celebrate one of the sweetest red fruits in the summertime. Yes, August 3rd is National Watermelon Day, and the best way to celebrate this unusual holiday is to, of course, enjoy a big, sweet watermelon or to do some watermelon-inspired activities! -Take a picture at the Watermelon House: This house located in Logan Circle is painted like a juicy watermelon! The house was first intended to be painted a nice ...
DIY Apartment Garden Example

DIY: Apartment Garden

Usually, people who live in apartments often have a few tiny plants hanging around in pots on windowsills or after magically finding some floor space, but decide against bigger plants or more than a few that might take up too much space. However, a little space is all that you need to have an amazing well-nurtured garden in your home. You may not be able to have a complete garden without a patio or backyard, or even large plants, but there are many ways you can have your own flourishing mini garden. With just a wall, rack, greenhouse and many ...

Four Great Places to Shop in Georgetown

Georgetown is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the District and a place filled with history, but it’s also one of the liveliest and most fashionable. Georgetown is a hip, fun place with beautiful cobble-stone sidewalks and an upscale and modern charm, which makes it an attraction to tourists, but it is also an attraction to fashionable Washingtonians. Its wide-ranging retail scene is covered in high-end designers such as Rag & Bone and mainstream stores such as H&M, but it also has some great boutiques. If you’re a Washingtonian who loves unique, rare finds, here are four great boutiques to ...
Outside Of Washington D.C. Theatre

August 2016 D.C. Theatre Events

Summer is all about soaking up the sun at the pool, beach, an outdoor concert or at a day party with a couple of friends at a bar with an outdoor patio. But, it's also a great time to enjoy a good theatrical performance as well. If you’re a D.C. resident, you know how amazing D.C. theatre can be. There are plenty of performance theatres around D.C. and their 2016-2017 seasons are quickly approaching, from the Studio Theatre to the Woolly Mammoth. If you love theatre and are hungry for some great performances before the full seasons come to D.C. in September, ...

2016 D.C. Restaurant Week Highlights

Restaurant Week is quickly approaching, so get ready Washingtonians! Every summer, D.C. hosts its Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week, which runs this year from August 15th to the 21st this year. Over 250 restaurants across the D.C. area will offer three-course meals for lunch priced at $22 per person and dinner is $35 per person for the week. This year, it’s all about lamb as Restaurant Week is promoting a chance to win a Summer Lamb Pack, which includes loin chops, racks and more. Here are just a few restaurants serving some amazing lamb dishes for Restaurant Week: Fogo de Chão ...
Pokemon Go Hot Spots In D.C.

Pokemon Go: Hottest D.C. Spots

Pokemon Go is the new virtual reality mobile app game sweeping the nation. From California to New York, Millennials are fulfilling their childhood dreams and becoming Pokemon trainers by playing Pokemon Go, the newest game created by Nintendo and the Pokemon Company. Pokemon Go uses your phone’s GPS system to place Pokemon on the map wherever you roam. You swipe to throw pokeballs to catch Pokemon and can visit local areas such as museums, supermarkets and even churches, labeled by the game as Pokestops to receive special items. Players even train and fight Pokemon at gyms, which can be anything from a ...
Zipcar Rentals In Chesapeake Bay

Trips Worthy of a Zipcar Rental

D.C. is a great city to explore. There’s always something to do whether you live near Dupont, Logan Circle, 14th Street, or any of the other hot neighborhoods. But, there is so much more beyond the city. Let’s be honest: many of us Millennials don’t own a car. We travel by train, bus and even by the innovative and app-friendly cab services such as Uber and Lyft. However, beyond D.C. the most beautiful and fun places are nowhere near the D.C. Metro, and the buses don’t travel that far. Grabbing an Uber or Lyft would be out of the question unless you’re okay ...
Outdoor Film Guide In Summer 2016

Summer 2016 DC Outdoor Film Guide

Nothing says summertime like finding fun ways to enjoy the outdoors, and one of the best options in the city is to spend an evening under the stars unwinding with a great award-winning movie. Living in D.C., we have a lot of options to see outdoor films at various locations across the metro area. Screenings often take place in parks, soccer fields, at the riverfront, local amphitheaters, or just about any green space. This summer, you are guaranteed to find the perfect lineup no matter what kind of flick is your fave. If a summer blockbuster is what you crave, this summer’s ...