Beneath the blue-suit, ID-badge aesthetic of Washington sits a rich subculture of all things artistic, innovative, and hip. That part of the District is alive and well in the Northwest neighborhood of Dupont Circle, home to some of D.C.'s most unique shops, galleries, traditions, and, of course, food and drink.
Dupont Circle is composed of some of the oldest, most beautiful architecture in the city, the streets lined with old townhouses, churches, and cafes. Among all this history, Dupont has become a go-to for all young professionals and recent graduates, making the town a modern playground of nightlife. In our food tour of Dupont Circle, we merge the area's rich history with its modern innovation in food and drink, from the cuisine that fed the aristocrats who first lived here, to the latest spots in ethnic food and trendy bars.
Activity Duration: 3 - 3.5 hours
Activity Available: Saturdays at 3:00 PM
- Authentic Japanese dishes
- Specialty cocktails
- Zero-filler crabcakes
- Malaysian street food and drinks
- Handmade desserts
- Locally sourced dishes
- Moroccan holiday cuisine
- Asian and African style Tea