At the political center of world, Capitol Hill stretches eastward of the Capitol Building, with many notable landmarks such as the Supreme Court building, the Library of Congress and the Folger Shakespeare Library. The neighborhood’s picturesque townhomes line many of the streets in this 2 square mile historic district, while rental apartments are concentrated primarily in the eastern part of the neighborhood.
Within Capitol Hill lies two Orange/Blue/Silver line stops: Eastern Market (next to the year-round, indoor/outdoor local food and art market) and Capitol South. Capitol Hill comes alive at night with considerable restaurants, bars, and music venues to explore on Pennsylvania Avenue as well as in the Barracks Row area (8th Street SE).
Just a few minutes walk away is Union Station, DC’s largest ground transportation hub, with Amtrak and bus stations, a local Red Line Metro stop, as well as a diverse collection of shops and restaurants. In addition to the bus and train routes, Capitol Hill allows for easy driving access in and out of the city, as the neighborhood lies along many of the area’s main arteries, including I-695, I-395, I-295 and Route 50.
High-energy New American kitchen with wood-fired pies and bistro fare served in industrial-chic digs.
Washingtonians big and small line up at the counter for their share of these blueberry buckwheat pancakes. For those interested in lunch at the market, enjoy a choice of charbroiled burgers, fish sandwiches, soft shell crabs, and oyster sandwiches.
Ted’s Bulletin serves savory homemade food and decadent baked goods (including world famous pop-tarts), all in a friendly neighborhood atmosphere.
NYC-style pizza by the pie or slice & homemade sodas served in a black, white & red space.
Locavore-friendly counter-serve chain for organic salads, soup and wraps, plus juices and frozen yogurt.
You’ll find a great selection of fresh, high-quality products and tools that make your shopping trip easy and convenient.
Located in the heart of the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood, Eastern Market is DC’s destination for fresh food, community events, and on weekends, local farm-fresh produce and handmade arts and crafts.
Whatever item you’re looking for, Safeway has the best brands at the best prices, from everyday essentials like milk and paper towels to premium, specialty items like gourmet coffee and organic lasagna.
Harris Teeter is a grocery chain with stores in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, Maryland and Delaware.
Offering intense, music-driven classes on bikes and at the barre, we’re bringing our own breed of intense, effective workouts to our favorite neighborhood in DC.
No matter what your reason for coming to DCBFIT, self defense, to work on your body, lose weight, or just for the fun of working out, they want to meet and exceed your expectations.
The central goal is to provide personalized training experiences tailored to individual clients. Participants receive comprehensive training composed of core fitness principles as well as creative and challenging exercises with special care paid toward preventing injury.
Bmarchai Studios does low impact circuit training that starts with the core and posture and targets the arms, legs, gluts, and abs. This full body Los Angeles-style circuit training is guaranteed to challenge your body and focus on true total body health.
Washington Sports Clubs is equipped with cardiovascular machines, strength training equipment and other exercise equipment.