Truly Connected Washington D.C. Things To Do

Welcome Delta Zeta Sisters,


We are so excited to have you here with us in the Nation’s Capital! While you are with us below are just of the few incredible things to see and wonderful places to eat!


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Additional Tour Opportunities


Things to Do:

Places to Eat:

  • Old Ebbitt Grill: iconic tavern offering American meals
    • 675 15th Street NW
  • The Hamilton: trendy American eatery with a late-night menu plus plenty of room for live music
    • 600 14th Street NW
  • Federalist Pig: regional barbecue emphasizing fresh ingredients, curated sandwiches, specialty sides and sauces
    • 1564 Columbia Road NW
  • Le Diplomate: fun French cuisine and incredible bread
    • 1602 14th Street NW
  • Estadio: city style Spanish cuisine
    • 1520 14th Street NW
  • The Dabney: hidden gem that features oysters and charcuterie and small plates
    • 1222 9th Street NW
  • Joe’s Seafood: incredible fresh daily seafood and blue stone crab
    • 750 15th Street NW
  • Momofuki CCDC: seasonal dishes that showcase Mid-Atlantic purveyors for lunch, brunch, and dinner
    • 1090 I Street NW
  • Chloe: internationally inspired fare in urbane digs
    • 1331 4th Street SE
  • The Salt Line: sitting on the waterfront of the Southeast serving up a mix of the North East and the Chesapeake
    • 79 Potomac Avenue South East
  • Tacos El Chilango: some of the best street tacos in all of DC
    • 1119 V Street NW
  • Pluma by Bluebird Bakery: little café tucked in Union Market that serves artisan breads, pizzas, sandwiches and more
    • 319 Morse Street SE
  • Harold Black: speakeasy with an unmarked door with incredible made fresh daily small plates
    • 212 7th Street SE
  • Founding Farmers DC: co-op-owned American eatery dishing out market-driven comfort cuisine along with rustic-chic style.
    • 1924 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
  • Café Berlin: traditional German restaurant, owned by a Delta Zeta
    • 322 Massachusetts Avenue NE
    • Located on Capitol Hill near Union Station and the Library of Congress


Events Around Town:

  • Dock5 @ Union Market:
    • 1309 5th Street NE
    • The Emporiyum DC 2019: Friday, November 8, 6:00 p.m. – Sunday, November 10, 4:00 p.m.
    • Tickets must be purchased in advance to participate in this marketplace event featuring the tastiest treats from around the country. More details are available here.
  • Smithsonian Food History Weekend:
    • Smithsonian National Museum of American History: 1300 Constitution Avenue NW
    • Friday, November 8, 11:00 a.m. – Saturday, November 9, 6:30 p.m.
    • Register for this free event with activities for visitors of all ages, including hands-on learning opportunities and cooking demos featuring leading chefs, home cooks, and authors. More details are available here.
  • November Painting Uncorked:
    • Hosted by Arlington Artists Academy at Gallery Clarendon: 2800 Clarendon Boulevard (Suite R-800)
    • Friday, November 8, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
    • Tickets must be purchased for this event. More details are available here.


How to Get Around Town:

DC is a very walker friendly city but transportation can be tricky. Below are a few options if you are looking for a break from walking or want to escape the heat, cold or rain!

  • Rideshare Apps: DC is home to several rideshare apps that you can connect to your debit/credit card and hail a ride anywhere.
  • DC Taxi: Get around like any large city – just wave your arm, and the taxi will stop and whisk you away to your next destination!
  • DC Metro System: The easiest way to get around DC is the underground metro system crisscrossing the city, and it will even get you out to Ronald Reagan International Airport. In addition to the underground metro system, there are metro buses that are all across the city!
    • Truly Connected DC will be just off the Waterfront/Ballpark metro stop on the Green line.
    • Below is more information and a map to get around DC.

dc map