DC 4th of July parking

Where To Park In Washington D.C. During 4th of July Weekend

What better way to celebrate Independence Day than in our nation’s capital. Fireworks on the National Mall begin at 9:00pm at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool. Immediately following the fireworks, areas along Independence Avenue between the Lincoln Memorial and World War II Memorial will be closed for safety checks related to the fireworks launch site. […]

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Nationals Park Parking

Nationals Park Parking: Your Parking Guide for the 2017 Season

Nationals baseball is in full swing! If you’re heading to a game and are in need of Nationals Park parking, SpotHero has you covered. We rounded up all of your best options for parking near Nationals Park. Here’s what you need to know: Nationals Park Parking 101 There are quite a few Nationals Park parking […]

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dc restaurant week parking

Your Guide to DC Restaurant Week – Winter 2017

Metropolitan Washington’s Winter Restaurant Week returns on January 30th, 2017 and continues through February 5th. Over 250 restaurants will participate this year! The 2017 winter edition of Restaurant Week features special prix fixe menus starting at $22 for lunch and brunch (new this year!), and $35 for dinner (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity). Want to make the most of Restaurant Week […]

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Where to Park in DC: Women’s March on Washington

The Women’s March on Washington is this Saturday, January 21st. With an estimated 200,000 attendees, you’ll want to plan ahead if you’ll be in DC! Here’s what you need to know, including your best bets for Women’s March parking near public transit.   Schedule of Events 8 a.m.— activities start with images and video on display 9 a.m. […]

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Your 2016 Spectator’s Guide to the Marine Corps Marathon: Parking, Maps and More

The 2016 Marine Corps Marathon is this Sunday, October 30! Runners from all 50 states and more than 50 countries will run this year’s race, also known as The People’s Marathon. If you’re heading out to cheer on the runners, our advice is to get there early. If you know someone running, you can usually see them more than once, […]

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