The Best Way to See DC … Unlimited Bike Tour.

Unlimited Biking Address: 998 Maine Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024 One of the best ways to see DC is on two wheels, so I walked down to Unlimited Biking on the wharf to get on a new electric bike. before I knew it I was cruising with my personal guide Ignacio past the... Continue Reading →

What I Did in 2021 – Roberto Serrini Year In Review.

What I did in 2021 - Roberto Serrini

They Don’t Allow Cameras in Washington DC’s Spy Museum … unless you’re sneaky.

The Spy Museum Washington DC 700 L'Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20024 The Spy Museum in Washington DC may be the most fun museum I've ever been to. First you're submerged into the bowls of the building and take a quick psych test that will assess your strengths and assign your cover which... Continue Reading →

Visit the Hero Whose Spite Built The World’s Largest Museum.

Smithsonian Castle Address: 1000 Jefferson Dr SW, Washington, DC 20560 The city of Washington DC is like a Museum you can walk though. That doesn't really make sense because you walk through museums anyway but what I'm trying to say is that the whole city is in fact a museum. Walking around here... Continue Reading →

DC After Dark: THE ULTIMATE list of Washington DC bars, clubs & nightlife, personally vetted by me.

Washington DC after Dark14th Street Washington DC after Dark is a wonderful place. While the city is shaking with nightlife, 14th street is the absolute epicenter of entertainment. From taking in live comedy at the Source Theater, or getting your bro and bratwurst on at Franklin Hall, you can find it all right here... Continue Reading →

I’ve Got A Burning Desire to Eat Again at dLena, Wahsington DC’s Most Amazing Dining Experience.

dLena 476 K St NW On unassuming K street in Washington DC you will find a warm, inviting dining experience like no other. This is dLena, meaning firewood, which chef Richard Sandoval infuses into every drop and morsel. Here wood is Queen, where the barrel aged smoked tequila flights are served on a... Continue Reading →

Immerse Yourself in a Mind-bending Museum Experience at the Hirshhorn in Washington DC.

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Independence and 7th st SW Washington DC is just lousy with museums, from the Museum of the American Indian, to the International Spy Museum to a bevy of Smithsonian museums that bloom in the city, but one for me rises to the category of must see, and that... Continue Reading →

The Best Little Walk in all of Washington DC.

Walking Logan to Dupont DC is a neighborhood town built to be explored by foot. One favorite area to hoof between is Logan to Dupont where you will be gifted many a unique sight like a garden full of mutilated Barbie dolls. Yes my friends over at  @Atlas Obscura  (  tipped me off to... Continue Reading →

The Ford’s Theatre’s Little Secret.

The Ford's Theater511 10th st NW Washington DC 20004 So I got to do something I always wanted to do, which is check out a play at the infamous Ford's Theater in Washington DC. There was quite a turnout to see Jose Carrasquillo's fanciful reimagined version of Dickens' a Christmas carol, with the... Continue Reading →

All The Best Food in Washington DC Under One Historic Roof.

Western Market 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue NW #3500, Washington, DC 20006 If you're a foodie or a very indecisive person Western Market food emporium is a palace of pure delight. Built from the bones of the original 1802 marketplace designed by Pierre L'Enfant, this new cathedral to cuisine offers a taste for every- man... Continue Reading →

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