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Guide to

Adams Morgan

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What it's like

A neighborhood filled with independently owned businesses, Adams Morgan is a global village of great restaurants, lounges, live music and amazing boutique shopping. You can while away an afternoon at a used book store, browsing through vintage clothing or picking out the latest styles and trends in our unique retail spots. After a great meal in one of many restaurants representing different world cuisines, spend the night listening to every type of live music, singing karaoke and enjoying the Adams Morgan nightlife at one of 30-plus venues catering to every vibe and age group.

A neighborhood filled with independently owned businesses, Adams Morgan is a global village of great restaurants, lounges, live music and amazing boutique shopping. You can while away an afternoon at a used book store, browsing through vintage...
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Where to find it

18th Street NW between Florida Avenue and Columbia Road, and Columbia Road between 16th Street and Wyoming Avenue NW

18th Street NW between Florida Avenue and Columbia Road, and Columbia Road between 16th Street and Wyoming Avenue NW
What to do

Catch live bluegrass on Wednesday nights at Madam’s Organ, or swing by Habana Village to show off your salsa moves (or take a free lesson). Multiple live music venues of every genre are available on the same street. Boutique bed & breakfast experiences make you feel like a local. Join in the neighborhood's signature events, including Adams Morgan Day (September), Crafty Bastards (fall), Restaurant Week (January) and Festivus (winter).

Catch live bluegrass on Wednesday nights at Madam’s Organ, or swing by Habana Village to show off your salsa moves (or take a free lesson). Multiple live music venues of every genre are available on the same street. Boutique bed & breakfast...
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What's in a name
Named for DC’s first segregated schools, the all-black Thomas P. Morgan Elementary School and the all-white John Quincy Adams Elementary School.
How to get there
Take Metro to Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan and walk a couple of blocks, or take the Circulator bus (Woodley Park-Adams Morgan-McPherson Square route). Parking is available at two garages – 2328 Champlain St. (access is from 18th Street just north...

Take Metro to Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan and walk a couple of blocks, or take the Circulator bus (Woodley Park-Adams Morgan-McPherson Square route). Parking is available at two garages – 2328 Champlain St. (access is from 18th Street just north of Belmont Road NW) and 1711 Florida Ave. NW. Taxis can be hailed on the street for convenience.

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