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AKA White House

Explore the White House Neighborhood

Home to Iconic Cultural Attractions

Located just two blocks from the country’s most notable residential address, AKA White House puts you close to many of the capital’s noteworthy commercial, governmental, and cultural institutions. Whether you’re looking forward to leisurely strolls through Farragut Square and leafy Lafayette Square, visiting the iconic Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial, or sampling the lively dining and nightlife of nearby Dupont Circle, this is right where you want to be.

Where to Eat in Washington, D.C.

There’s no shortage of exquisite restaurants to dine at in Washington, D.C., and AKA White House is situated near some of the best. Pay homage to French café culture at Le Diplomate, with classic French dishes, a thoughtfully curated wine list, and a tempting cocktail program. For New American cuisine, try Rose’s Luxury, a historic townhouse converted into a cozy restaurant. When you’re ready for a taste of D.C. history, head to Martin’s Tavern — said to have once hosted JFK and Jackie O., this eatery is known for its American classics, dark wooden bar, and stained-glass light fixtures. We also recommend the modern brasserie vibe of The Smith and the market-driven menu at Founding Farmers DC.

Le Diplomate

1601 14th St. NW

Fiola Mare

3050 K Street NW Suite 101

Taberna del Alabardero

1776 I Street NW

Founding Farmers - D.C.

1924 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Old Ebbitt Grill

675 15th St NW


1226 36th St NW

Il Piatto 

900 16th St NW

Compass Rose

1346 T St NW

Shopping in Washington, D.C.

AKA White House is conveniently located near some of the best shopping in Washington, D.C., from grand shopping centers to exclusive boutiques. We recommend heading over to Georgetown’s picturesque M Street, where you’ll find brands such as AllSaints, Club Monaco, Intermix, BOSS, Design Within Reach, and Lululemon — to name a few. Alternatively, you can head east past the White House to Penn Quarter and Chinatown, which together make up one of the city’s bustling commercial hubs.


825 10th St NW

L'Enfant Plaza

429 L'Enfant Plaza SW


944 Palmer Alley NW

Eastern Market

225 7th St SE

Washington, D.C. Museums and Art Galleries

Washington D.C.’s museums and art galleries are some of the most celebrated in the country — if not the world. Across the street from AKA White House, the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum was the first building in the United States built specifically to be an art museum. The beautiful 1858 structure, just steps from the White House, is a National historic landmark that exhibits American contemporary craft. Lining the nearby National Mall are the city’s most famous museums, from the National Gallery of Art to the Hirshhorn Museum, renowned for its works of modern and contemporary art.

Renwick Gallery

1661 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

National Gallery of Art

Constitution Ave. NW

Hirschhorn Museum

Independence Ave. SW. & 7th St. SW

Outdoor Activities in Washington, D.C.

A famously beautiful city, Washington, D.C.’s outdoor spaces are equally inspiring and relaxing. Take a walk down the National Mall from the United States Capitol Building to the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial. Spend some time in the revitalized Southwest Waterfront District, where new parks, restaurants, and bars have popped up along the Washington Channel. We also recommend exploring the Georgetown Waterfront Park, located near shopping and dining in Georgetown, where outdoor adventures on the Potomac River can easily be arranged.

National Mall

2 15th St NW

Waterfront District

760 Maine Ave SW

Georgetown Waterfront Park

3303 Water St NW


AKA White House
1710 H Street NW, District of Columbia, 20006, USA
Phone: 202.904.2500