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Kogod Courtyard

Art Museum
Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington
    "good for whole family and the cafe is great"(5 Tips)
    Kelli A.
    "their free WiFi."(2 Tips)
    Ben F.
    "... in the neighborhood. Quiet, air conditioned, Wi-Fi, and "outdoor..."(2 Tips)
    Sara C.
    "I love this courtyard as a study space!"(4 Tips)
19 Tips and reviews
  • architecture
  • café
  • free Wifi
  • picnics
  • study area
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  • Roshan S.
    One of my favorite spaces in DC. You can bring your own food / drink, and the cafe is really convenient. The large marble slabs are awesome for napping or sprawling while reading
  • Jess Z.
    Jess ZimbabweAugust 12, 2012
    A great air-conditioned and daylit space for hot or lousy weather. Big marble bench/planters you can climb on and tables and chairs. A pricy but good cafe, and a sometimes-on splash fountain.
  • Ben F.
    Ben FortneyAugust 19, 2014
    Rain or shine, this just might be the best lunch spot in the neighborhood. Quiet, air conditioned, Wi-Fi, and "outdoor seating." Brown bag it or buy something from the cafe.
  • Morgan T.
    Morgan ThomasNovember 11, 2014
    This place is pretty cool and makes a great lunch spot. Bring some Shake Shack or Shophouse and grab a seat anywhere. Great place to bring visitors.
  • Kelli A.
    Kelli AndersonApril 27, 2010
    Have some desert the lemon tarts are tasty! The courtyard is a great place to meet up with friends or find a quiet place to surf the web on their free WiFi. Read more
  • Sara C.
    Sara CJanuary 5, 2012
    I love this courtyard as a study space! If your laptop runs out of battery there are a few tables on the 3rd floor and one has outlets.
  • robin g.
    robin goldbergJune 20, 2010
    Want to read the paper or a book "outside" on a sweltering or freezing DC day? This is your place. They enclosed the courtyard but it still feels outside-ish. A real DC insider tip.
  • Kim B.
    Kim B.August 4, 2010
    This is one of my favorite indoor lunch spots in the city! Gets crowded quickly, so come early! Bring your own food... the cafe food is meh and overly priced.
  • Michael B.
    Michael BedkeJuly 19, 2012
    Definitely check out the Take 5 events during the summer. Great jazz, good people watching, and good vibe.
  • Angie H.
    Angie HarmonSeptember 22, 2014
    Best place to have a picnic lunch when it's freezing outside. It can feel just a bit like spring again.
  • Isa L.
    Isa LaraNovember 2, 2013
    One of my DC happy places, for sure. Wonderful oasis in any extreme weather!
    THEABAAGENCYFebruary 10, 2010
    love Sat afternoon here. good for whole family and the cafe is great
  • Yuri B.
    Yuri BFebruary 20, 2014
    Arts and crafts night! $20 including two free drinks.
  • Magnetic D.
    Magnetic DynamoAugust 14, 2012
    Danger: Don't let your kids run through the fountains. It's slippery. I saw one kid fall backwards and smack his head.
  • Yasha M.
    Yasha MozMay 6, 2012
    You can buy lunch outside and enjoy it in the courtyard.
  • Jeremy S.
    Jeremy ShankleFebruary 3, 2010
    This is my favorite place to sit in DC.
  • Rob P.
    Rob PegoraroMay 30, 2013
    Free WiFi is good, but why do they block IMAP and SMTP? E-mail is kind of a basic part of the Internet.
  • John B.
    John BarronJuly 4, 2010
    Guards are dicks but nice place don't bring backpack
  • Katie F.
    Katie FilbertOctober 1, 2010
    Check out the talking trash cans... :)
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