For an especially artful stay, check in to the Four Seasons. The Georgetown hotel boasts one of the most impressive private art collections in the city with works by Andy Warhol, Helen Frankenthaler, Fernando Botero and Roni Stretch displayed throughout the hotel's public spaces.
Head over to The Phillips Collection, one of DC's best private art museums. The permanent collection includes high-profile works like Auguste Renoir's "Luncheon of the Boating Party" and more modern works like paintings by abstract expressionist Mark Rothko in the dedicated "The Rothko Room."
Enjoy an artfully inspired lunch when visiting Tryst at the The Phillips Collection. Choose from a robust menu featuring comfort food, sandwiches and wraps, flatbreads and a hefty selection of beverages. Enjoy the meal indoors or outside on the courtyard terrace if the weather cooperates.
Enjoy a meal at Busboys and Poets on 14th and V streets, where local artists hang out for the great food and creative atmosphere. In addition to an excellent menu, local art hangs on the walls and nightly events like poetry slams and open mic nights showcase the city's talented residents.
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