Faculty Favorites: Dining and Places – Peter Loge

We asked our faculty and authors to share with us some of their favorite things about living in our nation’s capital. Their responses are posted in “Faculty Favorites

Peter Loge (bio), a Principal with Milo Public Affairs, shares his favorites.

Favorite place

The Mansion on O Street, just south of Dupont Circle, is probably the most entertaining place in DC to stay or attend an event. web site, 2020 O Street NW, Washington, DC, 202-496-2020 [NYT | TripAdvisor]

Favorite restaurants

  • The Tabard Inn at 1739 N St. NW, also just south of Dupont Circle, is a perfect place for leisurely breakfast or lunch or a nice dinner. web site, 1739 N Street NW, Washington, DC, 202-785-1277 [WaPo]
  • A wonderful romantic dinner spot is across the street at the Iron Gate Restaurant. 1734 N Street NW, Washington, DC, 202-737-1370 [WaPo | Yelp | DC Pages]

Favorite thing to do

Anyone visiting Washington between May and September should try to catch a DC United soccer game at RFK Stadium. DC United is the winningest franchise in Major League Soccer and has the best crowd in the league. web site, RFK Stadium, 2400 East Capitol Street SE, Washington, DC, 202-587-5000

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