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Local Food + Drink
Nationally acclaimed chef David Guas has served New Orleans cuisine in Arlington's Courthouse neighborhood since 2010. Enjoy down home NOLA favorites and desserts for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Devour Greek shared plates while sipping on handcrafted cocktails at this local favorite hangout.
Featuring an outdoor beer garden and daily specials and events, this dog-friendly restaurant is committed to serving the best local craft beer in the area and providing a lively, welcoming atmosphere.
Discover this gem next door and savor traditional Lebanese cuisine made from family recipes. Enjoy small plates and entrees, including gluten-free options, for lunch and dinner in the restaurant, or cocktails and spirits at the fully-stocked bar.
Arlington National Cemetery
Many United States heroes are buried here at the most famous cemetery in the country. The national military cemetery is the home of President Kennedy’s eternal flame, the Tomb of the Unknowns, and other monuments.
US Marine Corps War Memorial
This iconic statue honors all marines, while providing incredible panoramic views of the National Mall.
Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Conference and Event Center
The AUSA Conference and Event Center is conveniently connected by breezeway to the hotel.
The Observation Deck at CEB Tower
Visit this new observation deck for a unique perspective of Washington D.C. and the historical landmarks.
Government + Federal Agencies
U.S. Department of State
Located in the historic Harry S. Truman Building, the state department leads America’s foreign policy. Guided tours are available of the diplomatic reception rooms, where international negotiations and ceremonies are still held.
Foreign Service Institute (FSI)
Serving the government’s foreign affairs community, the Foreign Service Institute provides training instill effective diplomacy skills, including teaching 70 languages and hundreds of other courses on campus.
Federal Reserve Bank
Aimed to stabilize and promote the health of the national economy, the central bank of the United States performs several functions to serve the public. The Federal Reserve Board of Governors is headquartered in Washington D.C. near the Lincoln Memorial.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
Created to instill confidence in the U.S. financial system, the FDIC insures deposits in banks. Only a short drive from its Washington D.C. headquarters, the Virginia Square multi-building complex offers office space and training for FDIC employees.