Saving Places: Built in 1805, Woodlawn was a gift from George Washington to his nephew Major Lawrence Lewis and his wife Eleanor "Nelly" Custis. 50% discount on general public tours for National Trust members.
Saving Places: Belle Grove, built as the home of the Isaac Hite family in the early 19th century, was the scene of the Cedar Creek battle in the Civil War. 50% discount on admissions for National Trust members.
Saving Places: This Usonian house was developed by Frank Lloyd Wright as a means of providing affordable housing for people of moderate means. 50% discount on general public tours for members of the National Trust.
2300 Wilson Blvd (at Clarendon Blvd & N Wayne St), Arlington, VA
Steakhouse · Clarendon - Courthouse · 118 tips and reviews
Washingtonian Magazine: When we crave a thick, bloody steak, this is the place that leaps to mind. We prefer restaurateur Michael Landrum’s for its value, its warmth, and its scale. This is a steakhouse for the common man.
Washingtonian Magazine: Salads, such as a platter of shredded green papaya, explode with limey tang and chili-fueled heat, while bowls of pho are eminently soothing. Nibbles from the fryer make excellent shares.
Washingtonian Magazine: While you don’t want to miss the grilled meats, other parts of the menu are worth exploring. Those include chul pan stocked with baby octopus and pork, as well as a scallion-studded seafood pancake.
Washingtonian Magazine: The 149-item menu has many good entry points, but we like to start with the shrimp toast—airy baguette halves slathered in shrimp paste and deep-fried to a crisp —or a round of spring rolls.