How to Visit Washington D.C. for Inauguration Weekend

January 5, 2017Articles, Fodor's, Washington DC

January 5, 2017 on Fodors.com || All eyes will be on Washington D.C. this January for Inauguration Weekend. The city’s preparing for over 1 million visitors, coming in for everything from celebrations to protests to getting a glimpse of history. Here’s a quick guide to visiting Washington for the Inauguration, the Women’s March on Washington, or … Read More

Best Restaurants in D.C. (According to Me)

December 27, 2016Blog, Travel Guides, Washington DC

My ongoing effort to casually document the good (and not so good) restaurants I’ve tried around the District. Adams Morgan Tail Up Goat: small plates and yummy craft cocktails Dupont Circle   14th Street/U Street Compass Rose: awesome menu of street food small plates from around the world Le Diplomate: French bistro that’s a standby … Read More

What to Do When You Visit D.C. in Winter

December 27, 2016Blog, Travel Guides, Washington DC

A friend wrote me in late December asking for some tips for some friends visiting D.C. Since a lot of my favorite spots are better in summer, here’s a list of some winter recommendations I sent over. Overall for food/drinks I’d recommend going to these neighborhoods: 14th St./Logan Circle, U Street and Shaw. 14th/U is … Read More

The Ultimate Guide to the National Mall

December 15, 2016Articles, U.S. News, Washington DC

December 15, 2016 on U.S. News Travel || No trip to the District of Columbia is complete without a visit to the National Mall. The site of presidential inaugurations, historic protest marches and a brand-new Smithsonian museum, this 2-mile-long grassy lawn that runs through the heart of the nation’s capital sees over 25 million visitors … Read More

5 Washington, D.C. Neighborhoods Locals Love

February 29, 2016Articles, Fodor's, Washington DC

February 29, 2016 on Fodors.com || Talk to any longtime D.C. local, and you’re likely to hear a common refrain: the District is sodifferent than it used to be. A grand revival is underway in the city, with an invigorated food-and-drink scene and a housing boom that’s spreading across all four quadrants, from Georgetown to Anacostia. … Read More

25 Ultimate Things to Do in Washington, D.C.

February 26, 2016Articles, Fodor's, Washington DC

February 26, 2016 on Fodors.com || The best way to get to know Washington, D.C. is to take a bipartisan approach. At the city’s downtown core are grand tributes to American history and government that create an aura of power and diplomacy. But don’t forget that this is a city where people live, work, and play—and … Read More

8 D.C. Food Trucks You Need to Follow

February 8, 2016Articles, Creator, Washington DC

February 8, 2016 on Creator by WeWork || Like other cities with a large population of car-free young professionals, D.C. is riding the food truck wave. Hungry lunchers can find them parked around places like Farragut Square, Metro Center, and Union Station, while other trucks bop around the city and require some sleuthing to track down. … Read More