Trendy and Historic, Logan Circle and U St. offer vibrant city living combined with urban conveniences.
Our Featured Neighborhood Hidden Gem
Tucked away off of 14th Street, Goodwood’s quiet, refined atmosphere is ideal for a lazy Saturday spent shopping for antiques, artwork, glassware, and midcentury furniture. Set-up like a traditional general store, Goodwood also offers a beautiful womenswear selection that includes unique and sophisticated pieces like leather shoes, one-of-a-kind broaches, hats, and scarves. 1428 U St NW, Washington, DC 20009
Check out these other Good Eats and District City Gems
Spend an evening outside in a Bohemian tent at Compass Rose, and travel around the world without getting up from your table. The international menu of tapas-style dishes includes Vietnamese Banh Mi, Jamaican curried lamb, and Georgian Khachapuri – cheesy, buttery, hot bread that waitstaff will expertly mix with a runny egg at your table (Instagram worthy, if you don’t immediately devour). Pair your dinner with their new Bolivian Rosé – the perfect way to enjoy an evening in the District. Located at 1346 T St NW, Washington, DC 20009
You may think you’ve stumbled upon a Parisian café in Saint-Germain-des-Prés – with wait-staff dressed to impress, Le Diplomate does not disappoint. The atmosphere is ritzy and sophisticated, perfect for a celebratory evening or a particularly fancy brunch. Sidle up to the polished brass and marble bar for a spicy bloody Mary, and don’t leave without trying their French Onion soup, topped with crispy, gooey cheese. The menu includes traditional Americana dishes and French classics, but you can’t go wrong with their “Burger Américain” (consistently in the running for best burger in DC). Located at 1601 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009.