Top Places to Visit in Shaw, DC

Less than a mile northeast of The White House is the DC neighborhood of Shaw. Rich in African-American history, Shaw has an exciting mix culture dating back to pre-Civil War. Duke Ellington was born in Shaw, and some of the theaters that he and other stars of “Black Broadway” are still in use. Though Shaw is just 11-blocks north of […]

Top 10 Restaurants in Shaw, DC

The Dabney Located on famous Blagden Alley, The Dabney is one of Shaw’s most popular dining spots. Outside the restaurant, a trellised garden supplies fresh herbs to the kitchen, which is open and centered around a wood-burning hearth. Chef Jeremiah Langhorne obsessively sources food from the Mid-Atlantic’s finest farms and purveyors, creating a menu that […]

D.C. Bars and Restaurants that Have Closed During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has been extremely difficult for bars and restaurants that operate on thin margins already and has ultimately contributed to the closure of many bars and restaurants across the country and right here in D.C. Here are all the bars and restaurants in the D.C. area that have closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. […]

What You Need to Know and Do About the Covid-19 Coronavirus

The COVID-19 coronavirus is a variation of the common cold virus. Many of the ways to help prevent the spread are the same as the cold or flu; the most significant difference is that there is no natural human immunity to the COVID-19 coronavirus. Here are some of the most important things to know about […]

Top Bars and Pubs near Carver Apartments

The neighborhood of Shaw, located less than a mile northeast of The White House, is mix of a trendy hip new culture and rich African-American history dating back to pre-Civil War. There are great places to dine, parks to enjoy, museums, art, and all the historic signs to see. But one of the best things […]