The temperature is rising, the birds are chirping and the yogurt is churning. That’s right, springtime is among us and that means ice cream and specialty yogurt stores are bustling with patrons waiting for their favorite flavors.
If you are one of those that loves to get real frozen yogurt on warm spring day, Mr. Yogato is a place worthy of a visit.
But not far from the soon-to-be shuttered Borders on 18th and L Street is a bookstore that keeps the written spirit alive and well. Kramerbooks and Afterwords, right off Dupont Circle, is the perfect place to find your favorite novel and then settle in and read it.
I have to say, after my 21st, birthdays just don’t have the same excitement and anticipation surrounding them. But lucky for me, I have amazing friends that keep making my day extra special and my first birthday celebration in DC was no exception! On Tuesday, three of my best friends took me to Lauriol Plaza to celebrate me turning way twenty-too-old-to-mention.
In the heart of the District, a small piece of France exists within the walls of Bistrot Du Coin. Located in bustling Dupont Circle, just across the street from the the famous Russia House, Bistrot Du Coin touts an authentic French experience with a focus on “good food at a fair price.”
“French, Fun and Friendly.” With a motto like this, how you can you go...