Couples & Romance

Couples & Romance: DC is always better together.

Date Nights DC Itinerary: Capital Chic

Check in to the swanky W Hotel, originally the historic Hotel Washington. The hot spot hotel has welcomed many celebrities, including Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga, and politicians since its doors opened in 1917.

Date Nights DC Itinerary: Let's Misbehave

Take an afternoon tour of the Woodrow Wilson House Museum, a lovely Georgian Revival-style mansion that chronicles President and Edith Wilson’s “Washington Years.” The museum includes authentic furnishings and artifacts from the era, like flapper dresses and zinc sinks. The Wilsons moved to...

Date Nights DC Itinerary: Wait a Minute Mr. Postman!

The National Postal Museum doesn’t just explain the workings of the U.S. Mail, it also shares many personal American stories, including love letters. Quit texting and pick up pen, paper and stamps in the gift shop.

Date Nights DC Itinerary: Stop the Presses

Make headlines with the news junkie in your life. Start your date with a visit to the Newseum , which celebrates the history of news and journalism. Be sure to check out the Pulitzer Prize Photographs Gallery, which features the most comprehensive collection anywhere of Pulitzer Prize-winning...

Date Nights DC Itinerary: Fashion Fantasy

Check in to the St. Regis, Washington, DC. The historic, luxury hotel recently partnered with Neiman Marcus to provide a personal shopping experience right in your suite.

Date Nights DC Itinerary: Michelle, Ma Belle

Fuel up at Art and Soul , DC’s home of Chicago-based chef (and formerly Oprah’s personal cook) Art Smith. The first lady has eaten here with friends and rumor has it they ordered off the menu.

Date Nights DC Itinerary: Love on Tap

Light up the room. Billed as a “civilized cigar parlor,” Shelly’s Back Room is a hideaway devoted to the premium stogie, just north of Gallery Place. There are over 60 choices on their cigar menu. Phillies Blunt need not apply.

Date Nights DC Itinerary: Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend

Catch a glimpse of DC’s most infamous stone, the 45.52-carat (and allegedly cursed!) Hope Diamond, on display at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History .

Date Nights DC Itinerary: Social & Responsible

Concerned about climate change—or ready to spark a little friendly debate? Start your socially-responsible date with a visit to the Koshland Science Museum. As the official museum of the National Academy of Sciences, the museum’s permanent collection explores timely topics like global warming...

Date Nights DC Itinerary: A Few Good Men

Check out Chef Mike Isabella’s Kapnos for Greek-inspired small plates. Two wood-fire grills roast succulent dishes all day for guest to enjoy.