fabulous, funky, eclectic neighborhood with some amazing restored townhomes, B&B's & international food scene!
It’s a very literary and beautiful community. It’s not a scenic spot, but if you want to experience the very casual life of Americans, it’s great to come here. It’s really comfortable to have a cup of coffee in the open air square.
From my first visit to Adams Morgan, I am sure that it was in my first three Washington neighborhoods. Because I like to eat and go to parties, my service couldn't be better. From East Africa to soul food, from rooftops to live music venues, this is incredible. If you like soul food and jazz, just go to Lady Organ or Columbia Station and you will get good service. If this is not your business, then you have many other options. Just take a walk nearby and you will definitely find your place. You can stop at 18th Street and go for a walk. I definitely recommend it to foodies and music lovers.
The scenery here is quite beautiful, although it is not prosperous, but it gives people a very comfortable and quiet feeling. The style of the scene here is particularly like a cartoon "The Adventures of Jackie Chan", with a strong artistic style.
I may be a bit biased, but it has always been my favorite. It is easy to reach. Eclecticism, diversity-there are no other neighbors in the city. Many different bars and restaurants can be crowded with revellers during the weekend. I don't recommend driving to Adams Morgan because it can be very sad.
Preston_Dominguez: Washington DC, DC
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended The White House,Georgetown,Spiaggia di Campionna,National Zoological Park,La Statue de George Sand