A neighborhood comprised of mostly townhouses and mid-rise condos, Foggy Bottom is home to many large DC institutions, including George Washington University, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and State Department, and the Watergate complex. With I-66, I-395, Route 50, and the George Washington Parkway all minutes away, Foggy Bottom is very accessible via car and Metro (Orange, Silver and Blue lines) to the Washington, Virginia, and Maryland regions.
Local eateries and a seasonal farmer’s market located at the Foggy Bottom Metro are great places to pick up scrumptious treats and meet up with friends for a drink post-work or pre-theater. Nature and outdoor sports enthusiasts will love the proximity to both Rock Creek Park’s scenic pathways and the Georgetown Waterfront’s active boating scene. Foggy Bottom is at the center of DC, just a short walk away from the White House, and the National Mall, and a plethora of museums .
Reimagined takes on classic American comfort food served in a vibrant space with swanky style.
Sophisticated restaurant & lounge serving modern Indian food, including the popular crispy spinach.
Spiffy counter-serve restaurant turns out elevated takes on burgers plus spiked milkshakes.
Co-op-owned American eatery dishing out market-driven comfort cuisine along with rustic-chic style.
Locavore-friendly counter-serve chain for organic salads, soup and wraps, plus juices and frozen yogurt.
Lively joint serving up New Orleans flavors and frequent live music in a funky setting.
Bustling eatery serves tater tots and other American comfort eats along with draft brews.
Bi-level sports bar with multiple TVs, a pool table and jukebox draws fans of (mostly) New York teams.
Theodore Roosevelt-inspired American fare like game, steak, oysters and drinks served in classy digs.
Trendy restaurant with creative New American fare, a popular patio, as well as plenty of wines and cocktails.