Satisfy your pumpkin spice and fall flavor cravings at these restaurants, bakeries and more in the District. With pumpkin spice rolling out earlier and earlier every year, you can satiate your sweet tooth while bringing full-on pumpkin power before the leaves even change colors. But pumpkin’s not the only fall flavor on the block. We’ve got a roundup of the best places to find tastes of autumn amazingness in DC, from the sweet and cinnamon-y to the savory and spicy. And don’t worry, we’ve thrown some pumpkin in there, too.
Indulge in the most travel-worthy culinary experiences at these restaurants with Michelin stars throughout DC. For roving gastronomes and travellers who revel in experiences centered on food, it’s time to reserve a table in the nation’s capital. The 2020 Washington, DC Michelin Guide is out, and it’s brimming with Michelin-starred restaurants, affordable hot spots and essential eating insights covering nearly 130 restaurants in and around the District. The Michelin selections are in, and DC’s dining scene is as hot as it’s ever been. So why all the buzz? The District is home to a distinct landscape of diverse cuisines and perfectly cooked dishes, all of which are waiting to be devoured. Don’t just take our word for it. Check out these Michelin Guide highlights and make sure to book your tables early.
Must-see observances, museum exhibits and more make for a memorable and moving Veterans Day experience in DC. Many of the monuments and memorials in the nation’s capital honor servicemen and women, while the city’s museums are packed with important military history that sheds light on the immense sacrifices that the U.S. Armed Forces have made to protect this country. On Veterans Day (Nov. 11), as well as the days before and after, commemorations at DC’s memorials and museum exhibits make for the perfect ways to celebrate and honor the holiday. Here’s a full range of things to do and places to go this Veterans Day in Washington, DC.
Your guide to Washington Monument tour and ticket information for groups and individuals visiting the nation’s capital. The recently renovated Washington Monument reopened to the public on Sept. 19, 2019. Looking to get tickets to the top or learn more about tour information? Here are some helpful tips for both groups and individuals to keep in mind when visiting the iconic monument built to honour George Washington, the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army and the first president of the United States.
This fall could hold lots of excitement for the District’s sports fans. Washington, DC is a sports town — and fall is the best time to be a sports fan. The NFL season revs to life, as do the regular seasons for the NHL and NBA, and NCAA Basketball tips off as well. Fortunately, the DC area’s bounty of teams means there are plenty of reasons to watch or attend games as the leaves fall.
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