Spring is a great time to visit Washington, D.C. The Cherry Blossom festival brings thousands of tourists to the nation’s capital each year. While the Cherry Blossoms are a must see, sometimes you have to get away from the crowds and enjoy the city like a local. Enter Glover Park.
Just a few blocks north of Georgetown and west of the Naval Observatory, Glover Park is a great spot to get away. Check out a few of the neighborhood’s best sites.
Town Hall is a Glover Park favorite. Enjoy brunch, dinner or a drink on their outdoor patio.
Rockland’s BBQ is the reason Glover Park smells so tasty. Stop in to enjoy some of their famous barbecue.
Bourbon in Glover Park is a low key, comfortable spot for young professionals to have a drink or a bite to eat.
Number One Observatory Circle is a quick walk from Glover Park and the official residence of the Vice President of the United States. It’s no White House (actually it is a white house) but it’s the place the Bidens call home.
Guy Mason Recreation Center is perfect for catching a co-ed softball league practice or playing in the park.