Unlike New York City neighborhoods that are well known across the world, Washington D.C.'s various neighborhoods are hardly mentioned. However, that doesn’t mean they're not worth visiting. Like NYC's Upper East Side or Times Square, these D.C. neighborhoods offer unique visits without having to go to numerous cities.
Washington D.C.'s museums, monuments, libraries and National Mall deserve repeated visits, but the city is also a collection of unique, historic and lively neighborhoods. From great shopping and dining to live music, nightlife and the arts, there are many neighborhood's that should not be missed. Here are three:
Adams Morgan is a culturally diverse neighborhood teeming with bars, restaurants and night spots. Many of these establishments are along 18th Street, the heart of Adams Morgan’s thriving artistic community. Here you can find the DC Arts Center, where visual and theater artists showcase their works, and Tryst, a coffeehouse adored by residents