Logan Circle’s greatest strength may be it’s proximity to other neighborhoods. But even with Dupont Circle to the west, Shaw to the east, the U Street NW corridor up north, and downtown due south, the neighborhood boasts two main drags worth visiting on their own.
On P Street NW, a host of bars and restaurants surround the Whole Foods. On 14th Street NW, towering glass condos flank some of the trendiest places to eat in the city, speaking to the rapid gentrification of the area. Nowhere epitomizes the changes more than Le Diplomate, a French bistro in a former dry cleaning building that was designed to look like it was plucked off a street corner in Paris.
Logan Circle also mixes in a range of international cuisines — Salvadoran, Ethiopian, and Northern Thai — that represent Washington’s wealth of diversity. With a neighborhood made up of well-to-do homeowners, young professionals living in English basements, and a thriving LGBTQ scene, there’s a little something for everybody in a relatively small stretch.Read More