Logan Circle

Not just a traffic circle: Find hot restaurants, shops and performance venues among historic architecture.

Pixie Windsor of Miss Pixie’s Furniture & Whatnot

Pixie Windsor (just Miss Pixie to her many friends) has been selling mid-century lounge chairs, 1940s art deco tables and groovy artwork at Miss Pixie’s Furniture & Whatnot on Logan Circle’s 14th Street since 2008, and dealing in stylish vintage wares in DC since the 1990s. So where does she...

Miss Pixie's Furnishings & Whatnot
Artists Converge on DC

The best way to find creative DC is to follow the artists, so we met up DC-based artists Kate Warren and Martin Swift. Warren is a portrait, style and social reportage photographer who covers society for The Washington Post‘s "The Scene" column. Swift is a conceptual figurative artist whose work...

Kate warren and Martin Swift
7 Things to See & Do in Logan Circle

Though it’s named for a 19th-century traffic circle with a statue of a Civil War general (that’s a statue of John Logan and his horse in the center of it), Logan Circle’s main drag is actually 14th Street NW. Here, and on surrounding blocks like P Street, you’ll find restaurants in red brick...

Studio Theatre Washington, DC
Never-Ending Excitement on 14th Street

Bars, restaurants, galleries, boutiques, coffee shops, music venues, vintage stores: the 14th Street scene has an experience for everyone. Locals and visitors throng to this exceptional streetscape for its endless allure and ceaseless excitement. Read up on the spots that make 14th Street buzz.

View of 14th Street NW - Washington, DC - Credit The Harper