Walk through the National Arboretum, take a yoga class while sipping a mimosa and tour D.C.’s historic Hillwood Museum and Gardens.
The dish came expertly packed with the four tortillas and salsas on the side to prevent sogginess during the delivery process.
Head to the Kennedy Center’s pop-up wine garden, catch a drive-in movie and end the weekend at the National Zoo’s reopening.
Calico DC’s barbecue brisket sandwich ($15) comes with fresh coleslaw, sweet pickles and chips.
Delve into R&B singer and songwriter Summer Walker’s newly released EP about the emotional nature of breakups.
Take a break from the crowded city and explore the flora and fauna of the District with kayaking, an art exhibit and gardens.
For “sorta” South American eats just minutes from campus, Mercy Me DC has got you covered.
Mala Tang’s name means “hot and numbing soup” in Mandarin and offers Sichuan-style hot pot dinner.
Make the most of the city’s culture and start your week off at a photography webinar with National Geographic.
Spend your Fourth of July weekend speed dating, protesting with the Black Lives Matter movement and hosting a picnic with friends.