World-famous monuments, memorials and museums are some of DC's
most popular attractions.
Visiting the National Mall to see the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument
and Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial is a must-do for any first-timer.
You're invited to explore eclectic neighborhoods like Georgetown, 14th Street,
U Street and Capitol Riverfront, each bustling with exciting restaurants, shops
and unique DC experiences.
No matter how you decide to explore, you’ll find yourself inspired.
DC has arrived as a world-class dining destination.
Top toques and up-and-coming chefs have opened restaurants in DC, many
of which are within walking distance from the Walter E. Washington
Convention Center, like Casa Luca from chef Fabio Trabocchi or DBGB from
restaurateur Daniel Boulud.
A few areas that have generated a great deal of
buzz lately include 14th Street NW, H Street NE and CityCenterDC, all relative
newcomers. Meanwhile, the thriving dining scenes in Georgetown, Penn
Quarter and downtown continue to please hungry visitors. The city boasts
diverse restaurants sure to fit any palate and price range.