F&W Photo Tour: Washington D.C.
Pitango Gelato has multiple locations across the city, so it’s easy to stop in and cool off with one of their delicious flavors, such as crema, chocolate noir and rhubarb.
Some of the many types of cupcakes at Baked & Wired in Georgetown.
The Capitol building.
There are more than 30 places to shop, eat and drink at Union Market.
Dolcezza is a high-end gelato factory with a variety of flavors that change daily.
The Washington Monument.
A visit to the gates of the White House is a must.
The iconic White House.
Check out the Pearl Dive for some late-night happenings and drinks.
Historic downtown architecture.
Always ranked as one of the best in DC, chef Cedric Maupillier of Mintwood Place serves delicious dishes like wood-grilled soft-shell crab over corn royale with black bean sauce.
A hidden gem, America Ice Co. serves up quality cocktails in a rustic turn-of-the-century atmosphere.
A walk along the river at the Yards Park.
Crab deviled eggs at Bluejacket Brewery.
Pours at Bluejacket Brewery include Inkwell stout and Forbidden Planet.
Taking its name from the business that occupied the location a century ago, American Ice Co., specializes in libations sourced from craft brewers and distillers.
Worth the drive from DC, Urban Butcher serves quality meats, like the super-tender 48-hour ox brisket.
If you’re looking for flavor, stop by Compass Rose for the Bhel Puri Chaat, a mix of greens, mint, potato, mango, peanuts and puffed rice.
Hidden up north on Georgia Avenue, Chez Billy serves some of the finest food, such as their take on Moules-Frites.
Grilled asparagus with gribiche and herb bread crumbs, topped with a poached egg at Chez Billy. chezbilly.com
For some of the best pizza in town, stop in at 2 Amys. But get there early to beat the crowd.
Take in the people and sounds of 14th Street with a cold beer at the Garden District. gardendistrictdc.com
Grab a quick pick-me-up at Peregrine Espresso.