Skip to primary navigation Skip to content Skip to footer

Blog

Food

DC Day Trip: St. Michaels, MD

a group of people walking down a street next to a building

Author: Leila Farrer Locals know that Washington DC is pretty much perfectly placed geographically. Within a three hour drive – and oftentimes much less – you can reach the Atlantic ocean, the Appalachian mountains, beautiful Chesapeake Bay inlets, vast swaths of forest, rolling farmland, and plenty of other urban areas like Richmond, Baltimore, and Philadelphia….

Circle the Globe: Celebrating International Cuisine in Dupont Circle

Dupont-Circle-Beer-Tour-Blog-Post-Sauf-Haus-Photo-1

Author: Tim Taft   For more than a decade, Passport DC’s Around the World Embassy Tour has taken visitors inside Dupont Circle’s famed Embassy Row. Dozens of embassies open their doors and offer guests a taste of their unique cultures. And we do mean taste: each nation serves up regional cuisine alongside artistic and historic demonstrations….

How To Celebrate Cherry Blossom Season In Washington DC

Springtime typically conjures up thoughts of warm weather and birds chirping, but for those who live in Washington DC, one can’t help but think of the annual celebration of the famed cherry blossoms. Since 1912, the cherry blossoms have represented a long-standing friendship between the United States and Japan and have attracted millions of visitors from around the world…