Washington, DC Area Shopping
Shops at Georgetown Park.
Located on the historic M Street in Georgetown - DC’s trendy shopping district - Shops at Georgetown Park boasts four levels of shopping, dining and entertainment. Georgetown Park offers hip stores, fashion boutiques and top retailers such as Anne Taylor, Anthropologie, Benetton Kids, Dean & Deluca, FYE, The Hattery, J. Crew, Talbots, The Sharper Image, SoHo N.Y., Sunglass Hut, and Victoria’s Secret. Grab a bite at restaurants like Benihana and Clyde's of Georgetown, or swing by the Food Court offering fare from K's Deli, Sbarro's, Seven Brothers Subs, Hunan Express, Canal Walk Burgers, Fresh Choice, and Pretzelmaker. Visit www.shopsatgeorgetownpark.com.
Dupont Circle Shopping.
Sporting an eclectic, cosmopolitan vibe, this hip, artsy Dupont Circle neighborhood is filled with funky shops, cool art galleries, trendy restaurants, and hip bars. One of the liveliest neighborhoods in DC, Dupont’s turn-of-the-century mansions and brownstones house a diversity of cool shops, clothing boutiques, souvenir stores, bookstores, museums, art galleries, restaurants, cafes, and coffee houses. On Sunday’s Dupont’s FreshFarm Market features over 30 local farmers selling produce, cheeses and flowers, plus guest chefs from Washington's finest restaurants.
The center of a bustling shopping and business district, Farragut Square is a lively neighborhood park in downtown Washington, DC. The neighborhood has a variety of shops, including Burberry and J. Press, as well as restaurants, coffee houses, underground food courts, and nightclubs. Afternoon crowds gather in the square for free "Farragut Sounds in the Square" jazz concerts every Thursday at noon in July and August. The park is a hot bed for evening events, concerts and movie screenings.