Capitol Riverfront

Discover the Capitol Riverfront, a neighborhood of baseball and public parks that's fit for foodies.

8 Reasons to Catch a Washington Nationals Game

The Washington Nationals , champions of the National League East in 2016, return to action with their Opening Day game against the Miami Marlins on April 3. Throughout the spring and summer, Bryce Harper, Max Scherzer and Trea Turner will look to propel the Nats toward their first World Series...

Washington Nationals - Things to Do This Spring and Summer in Washington, DC
Capitol Riverfront: From Shipyard to Sports & Entertainment Destination

In a city that’s been transformed over the past several decades, the Capitol Riverfront might be the zone that’s seen the most change. From the late 19th century until World War II, the area functioned as a working wharf and naval facility on the Anacostia River. These days, thanks to more than $3...

Early Fall at Yards Park Bridge on the Capitol Riverfront - Things to Do in Washington, DC
Guide to the DC Jazz Festival

This year, the DC Jazz Festival will take place from June 9-18. Check out all the reasons why you should attend the festival and head over to dcjazzfest.org for the lineup, schedule and tickets. Founded in 2005, the DC Jazz Festival brings together heritage, history, culture and music. As a city,...

Band Performing at the DC Jazz Festival - Summer Events and Festivals in Washington, DC
Guide to the Washington Nationals

The Nats' History After a 33-year absence, Major League Baseball in Washington was revived with the arrival of the Nationals in 2005. The Nats played their first three seasons at RFK Stadium before moving into Nationals Park, a brand new, state-of-the-art facility in the bustling Capitol Riverfront...

Washington Nationals Park - Washington, DC
11 Things to See & Do in the Capitol Riverfront Neighborhood

Since Nationals Park opened in 2008, the Capitol Riverfront has become one of DC’s emerging neighborhoods. The experiences continue to grow, and we've compiled some of our favorites to get you started on your adventure.

Family Friendly Things to Do on the Capitol Riverfront - Yards Park in Washington, DC
The Best Places to Eat on the Capitol Riverfront

After a decades-long hiatus, baseball returned to DC in 2006, as the Washington Nationals came to town after relocating from Montreal. By 2008, the city had a brand-new ballpark in the form of Nationals Park, which revitalized the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood. Now, there are numerous notable...

District Winery - Winery, Bar and Restaurant on the Capitol Riverfront in Washington, DC
10 Reasons to Attend the DC Jazz Festival

One of America’s greatest art forms receives an annual summer showcase in DC. Many of the concerts are free, so no need to worry about costs piling up! For 10 more reasons why you should attend this wonderful celebration, read on. Also, make sure to visit dcjazzfest.org for full lineups, a schedule...

Performance at DC Jazz Festival - Summer Music Festival in Washington, DC
Where to Eat & Drink at Nationals Park

There’s more to Nationals Park than cheering on the talented ballplayers and hoping to catch a fly ball. Compared to other parks, this one puts food high up on the priority list: easy-to-read digital menu boards illuminate thousands of crave-worthy items at each concession stand and there's even a...

@kelseyohleger - Where to eat at Nationals Park - Washington, DC