A natural gem in the middle of a big city, Rock Creek Park is one of the few places in the District free from the hustle and bustle of city life.
April 4, 2016
Volume 112, Issue 26
Stories from the April 4, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Each spring, the tidal basin is swarmed with tourists and local Washingtonians who come to see the annual burst of cherry blossom beauty along the Potomac.
Ted’s Bulletin is the middle ground between old-timey diner and modern bistro – to break up the monotony of Foggy Bottom, head here to satisfy your grilled cheese craving.
Of all the ramen joins in the city, Sakuramen in Adams Morgan truly reigns supreme.
Julia’s Empanadas is a hole in the wall famous for its hearty empanadas stuffed with meat and vegetables.
Located between Castle and Independence Avenues, the free Enid A. Haupt Garden provides Smithsonian visitors a welcoming rest spot to escape from the teeming National Mall.
If you’re on the hunt for a gift that’s a little more personal, paint and bake your heart away at All Fired Up!, a walk-in studio where you can paint and keep your own pottery.
If you want a break after the hardest two days of the week, head to Penn Social on Tuesdays with your friends and co-workers for trivia night.
If you’re looking to escape the dreary barscape of Foggy Bottom, Tropicalia is the party bar for you.
Black Jack’s indoor bocce court with reasonable drink prices and a friendly staff makes for a winning combination.