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Next Great Neighborhood: DC’s H Street

Nearly 50 Years After the 1968 D.C. riots all but destroyed H Street, the area is enjoying a fast return to its glory days as an entertainment hub thanks to the H Street Main Street revitalization efforts. By day, locals and visitors shop the boutiques and galleries, while a thriving bar and dining scene feeds the nightlife. In a testament to the area’s continued growth, […]

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The New Food Capital: 15 D.C. Restaurants Serving Up Southern Fare

Although Washington, D.C., has long played host to the world, it’s never been known as much of a food town—relegated to “big city” offerings such as let’s-make-a-deal steak houses and some international dining. Today, however, a new generation of culturally conscious chefs and restaurateurs is determined to imprint the city with a different culinary identity: its own.

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