As the weather warms up, outdoor activities are a possibility again, which includes visiting our popular Nationals Park. Before or after you head over for opening day, consider grabbing a drink and a snack at one of the following bars. Each one has great food and drinks, and is walking distance from the stadium. It’s a great way to celebrate a win or commiserate with fellow game watchers after a loss!
The history, architecture and the fans are what make going to a baseball game an exciting adventure. All of these factor into what helps some of these stadiums make the must-see lists for all baseball fans.
Want to get away? Check out this list of the best family-friendly getaways near D.C. and make some new memories with your family.
Washington, D.C. is a sprawling city, but just outside of the city there are beautiful mountains and views that are must sees. Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia provide the hiking trails you are looking for.
Baseball season is upon us! If you don’t have time to catch a game at the stadium, or you want to watch a non-local team, head to one of the following venues to watch a game on the big screen while enjoying food and drinks.
Here is a list of five of the best bakeries in the D.C. for Passover desserts, all of which provide kosher desserts that comply with the rules of Passover, which means no leavened or fermented foods.
There’s no holiday quite like April Fools’ Day. If you’re searching for the perfect April Fools’ Day gag gift, then consider these top places to shop in the District.
Theater blossoms this spring in a colorful bouquet of productions that are sure to entertain, enthrall and enlighten. Here’s an update on some of the very best.
There’s nothing quite like the peace and tranquility of a park. Experience some one-on-one time with Mother Nature at one of these best national parks located near D.C.
Local travel expert Kirstie Tucker offers her tips on how to have a totally fun spring break staycation.