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Good Sushi, White Go-Go Boots, A Connecticut Avenue Apartment Building

There’s good sushi, as in good for lunch, takeout or happy hour. There’s very good sushi – usually accompanied by other Japanese small plates – for a fun evening out. 442 more words

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Sundays With Strangers

This beautiful Federal Revival in Kalorama looks like a stately English country house, like the sort of place where you go with your girlfriend to meet her parents, and they forbid you from being together because your father was a blacksmith or something.  695 more words

Sundays With Strangers

This historic Beaux Arts building in Kalorama is well-known and coveted as one of the best buildings in the city, and one of the hardest ones to get into. 720 more words

Sundays With Strangers

The artfully tarnished European-style facade of this Kalorama townhome is like something you’d see in Paris, except without all the French people pointing at your shoes and laughing.  692 more words

Sundays With Strangers

This Wardman townhouse in Kalorama is one of the best pieces of Harry Wardman’s huge body of work, which somehow encompasses all the best and worst buildings in DC.  676 more words

Sundays With Strangers

This luxury penthouse is one of the crown jewels of the Hill & Kendall condo project in Kalorama, which as a neighborhood is one of the crown jewels of Northwest DC, meaning that if you lived here, you would basically have license to be as insufferable as you wanted to be.   614 more words

Sundays With Strangers

You know that scene in romantic comedies where a married man goes to a party alone and sees this gorgeous woman from across the room, decides he has to have her, and then, when she turns around, he realizes it’s his wife?  707 more words