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Look at This: The H Street Neighborhood
Discover a variety of experiences on this 10-block corridor
Restaurants, events, shops, bars, the arts-- there’s something for everyone on H Street. While the neighborhood might have originally been known for its nightlife, there’s now a plethora of to-dos during the day.
Head to Micho’s Lebanese Grill to enjoy a Chicken Kabob or to Ben’s Chili Bowl for some of their famous burgers. Drop by Maketto and find a cool jacket from its first floor shop (then grab a cappuccino upstairs), pick a play to watch at The Atlas Performing Arts Center and bar hop between Boundary Road and RedRocks for great deals during happy hour.
At night, swing over to the H Street Country Club for mini-golf, table games, Skeeball & video games. Rock and Roll Hotel hosts up-and-coming indie rock bands, while Little Miss Whiskey’s Golden Dollar offers something different every night (think: deejay-fueled dance parties, karaoke or comedy). Can’t-miss restaurants include Ethiopic, Toki Underground and Sticky Rice.
Need some visual inspiration before you plan your trip? Check out the photos below.
During this annual festival, thousands of people walk the street and enjoy music, workshops and food from local vendors.
From the family behind Ben's Chili Bowl, Ben's Upstairs brings together creative food and a selection of local craft beer and cocktails. Located right above Ben’s, take in the view on its grand rooftop during happy hour (5-7 p.m. every day).
Sally’s Middle Name changes its farm-to-table menu daily, featuring innovative creations like this delicious beet salad with mustard and cider vinaigrette!
Seeing pictures like this from Station House, the new apartment complex on H Street, makes us want to move in ASAP.
Don’t let the name deceive you. Rock & Roll Hotel isn’t actually a lodging facility, but a music venue and nightclub. Established in 2006, the venue hosts bands from around the region, country and globe. There are three floors for you to explore: the concert hall, second floor lounge and rooftop deck.
This pup has the right idea! Metro Mutts is a go-to for pet supplies, dog walking and pet sitting services. Plus, cute pictures like these…lots and lots of cute pictures.
Another way to get your dose of “awwww” is by following Atlas Vet, the veterinary hospital located on 13th and H St. NE. The organization also uses social media to help reunite lost pets with their owners.
Try shrimp and grits DC Harvest style: house-made shrimp stock, chili, Anson Mill grits and cherry-wood smoked bacon.