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H Street NE

A revitalized neighborhood vibrant with history


H St. NE is another cultural bed for art, restaurants, and shopping. With a very trendy vibe, this area is mostly home to young professionals and entrepreneurs. It's a new up-and-coming area and awaiting the completion of a street car from one end to the other to bring some old charm. This area is also full of restaurants and bars that fit the areas younger residents.


Bordered by Capitol Hill to the east and south and with Union Station to the west, this self-defined neighborhood has access to some of the city’s newest hotspots. This area to the southeast of Capitol Hill has recently resurged in popularity as young professionals move to be close to jobs on the hill.

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Landmarks & scenes:

The Atlas Performing Arts Center is a centerpiece to the area, built in 1938 and retains its 1930s charm and history.

Food & Drink:

H St. is full of dining options, with so many different options like Cusbah or Sticky Rice for great Asian cuisine, or Vendetta for a game of Boce Ball and a drink; there is always someplace unique to try.


From Capitol Fine Wines to Dana Jewelry, to fashions at Euro Styles, there is a good mix of retail shopping.  Giant, a brand-new grocery story has opened, as well.


Sing karaoke at Sticky Rice, relax at an open jam session at HR-57, which is a great way to hear, or play, jazz and blues.

sports & outdoors: 

Following in the footsteps of the rest of D.C., the H St. neighborhood loves its biking paths, bike sharing, and bikes stores! There is also a wide range of other options like the Joy of Motion Dance Center.

Arts & Culture:

Part of what H St. so unique is all of the different cultures and people that live in the neighborhood. If you are looking for diverse restaurants and neighbors look no further.

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