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Blagden Alley Northwest

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Rhianna
Rhianna
October 29, 2019
Tucked amongst rehabbed carriage-houses and Shaw's award-winning restaurants, Blagden Alley was once home to working-class immigrants and African Americans following the Civil War and creators in DC’s underground art scene. Now you’ll find a series of murals, including Lisa Marie Thalhammer's aptly…
Gary
Gary
February 12, 2020
Walk through the Blagden Alley/Naylor Court Historic District in Washington, D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood these days, and you’ll step into a preservation fantasy land. Inside the system of interior alleyways is a booming commercial core of craft cocktails and coffee, street art, and one of the city’s…
Charlet
Charlet
February 28, 2020
Walk through the Blagden Alley/Naylor Court Historic District in Washington, D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood these days, and you’ll step into a preservation fantasy land. Inside the system of interior alleyways is a booming commercial core of craft cocktails and coffee, street art, and one of the city’s…
Flavia
Flavia
November 29, 2019
The Blagden Alley is a magical place intrinsically linked with the history of the city. We love to go, specially at night, with an eclectic combination of chic and casual restaurants and cocktails bars.
Sophie
Sophie
October 15, 2019
Trendy spot with tons of great restaurants. Lots of great insta moments too!
Shelby Lynne
Shelby Lynne
January 17, 2020
Neat arts scene with hip food and drinks. Rainbow mural for photos.

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Bar
“If you don't know where Calico is, finding it can feel like an adventure. Once you make it inside the patio, this bar in Blagden Alley is like an outdoor party, complete with tomato pie and adult juice boxes. The wooden deck features pink accent tables, an herb garden, string lights, and a dramatic greenhouse structure that serves as seating. If the weather takes a turn, there's a garage-like interior space with more pink decor and floral light fixtures. The bar, from Greg Algie and chef Nathan Beauchamp (of D.C. restaurants The Fainting Goat and Tiger Fork), serves lavender lemonade cocktails on draft, as well as boozy juice boxes (Instagrammable but controversial due to the single-use plastic). You'll also find frozen drinks and interesting wines and beers.”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Consistently good food and family friendly. Beautiful restaurant and close to the Convention Center.”
  • Door 6 locals aangeraden
Cafe
“No frills coffee shop/ deli. Affordable and fast internet access and some comfortable lounge chairs!”
  • Door 1 locals aangeraden
Cafe
“Delightful. Located in Georgetown on the canal. A tea lovers paradise. You can sit and enjoy endless cups of tea while a Taiwanese water kettle bubbles at the table. Tea lunch is bento style with choices like tofu, chicken or salmon. The inside is quiet and bright with beautiful skylights. A must see/visit.”
  • Door 3 locals aangeraden
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Washington, DC 20001