Off beat office supplies, beautiful wrapping paper and the best greeting cards are why I am there before every holiday and birthday. Read more.
Opened to rave reviews not only because their products are great finds, but most of them are environmentally-friendly. Read more.
Fresh Vietnamese food with a modern interior - their imperial rolls are reason enough to make thedrive, or even rent an apartment in Silver Lake. Read more.
If you knit or crochet or would like to start, fibre space has the class, tool and yarn you will need. The selection is unmatched. Read more.
Boasts an all macrobiotic menu - order the organic French fries, trust me. Read more.
Glitz and glam galore! Chandeliers cover the ceilings so duck when you walk in, but be prepared to find something fun for this store has a ton of great gifts. Design services are also available. Read more.
The store has a little bit of everything good, and a wide range of blown glass, rare design books, japanese tea sets, and Tair Mercier placemats. Read more.
I love going into the Paul Smith store to check out their coffee table books, Deadly Squire merch, Aalto vases, and other designy items. Read more.
Goat Cheese and Cherries, Brown Butter Almond Brittle, Salty Caramel. With flavors like these, do I even need to say more? Read more.
A nonprofit art gallery that often shows some pretty spectacular local talent. Always worth a peek when you’re in Adams Morgan. Read more.
It’s to the trade only, but if you have a friend or designer who can get you then go. If you don’t, go anyway and see the designer showcase. Read more.
Billed as Rustic American, this is a simple and simply delicious dining experience. Nana’s Sunday Dinner is definitely a treat. Read more.
I love Modernica because you can custom build an Eames fiberglass chair in any color, base or height you want. Herman Miller stamp? We don’t need no stinking stamp. Read more.