Arts, Culture & Entertainment
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to advancing science around the world. AAAS also publishes scientic newsletters, journals, and books, and also hosts scientific meetings and conferences and other activities to promote scientifc advancement.
Rated one of DC's top 100 Restaurants by the Washingtonian Magazine in 2012, Bibiana Osteria Enoteca offers modern Italian cuisine, in an elegant atmosphere appointed with dark wood, layers of art glass, black leather, and lighting accents; characteristic of high-style Milano design.
Located in the heart of DC's Chinatown, the Iron Horse Taproom offers a selection of craft beer, bourbons, and other beverages, as well as games.
The Chinatown Community Cultural Center (CCCC) seeks to promote and preserve Chinatown and its cultural identity, while celebrating the rich Chinese culture, history, language, and heritage, by hosting programs focused on Chinese cultural exploration.
At the Living Room Bar in the W Washington Hotel, patrons can watch the action unfold, meet, greet, flirt, play, and and savor customized cocktails, nibble on delicious dishes, and groove to the music of cool D.J.'s in this modern playground.
POV is a modern terrace and lounge with striking decor that serves small plates as well as craft cocktails, as well as a dynamic group of wines and champagnes by the glass or bottle. On Fridays the lounge has live performances, while D.J.s convert this space into a high energy nightclub on Saturday nights.
The Baldacchino Gypsy Tent Bar is a temporary live Performance/Beer Tent which serving fresh and reasonably priced food, and an assortment of beer and other beverages. This tent bar operates exclusively during the annual Capital Fringe Festival of the Perfoming Arts in Washington DC between 12 and 29 July.
Housed in the historic Carnegie Library building, the Historical Society of Washington DC organizes collections, exhibits, publications, and educational programs, aimed at raising public awareness and preserving DC's heritage and history for future generations.
Formerly the home of National Homeopathic Hospital and other health care infrastructure in Washington DC, the historic buildings on 1125 F Street have since been converted for use as business offices and shops.
Historically renown as the 'Broadway of Washington DC', due to popular venues such as the Gayety Theater and others on Ninth Street, 505 Ninth is currently used as a commercial space, and is home to popular sites such as the Heurich Gallery at Boston Properties.