Property Location With a stay at Residence Inn by Marriott Washington, DC/Dupont Circle, you'll be centrally located in Washington, steps from Anderson House and Anderson House Museum. This hotel is close to Lincoln Memorial and Ford's Theater.
Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 107 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming provides entertainment. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a 24-hour fitness facility, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and shopping on site.
Dining A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, business services, and audiovisual equipment. Parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Along with serving tapas and other Latin American-inspired dishes, Rumba Cafe presents samples of Latin American folk cultures through photographs and paintings by local artists, plus other live Latin music. Guests share plates of specialty tapas, such as arepas, empanadas, tostones, and yuca, or can opt for entrees such as the seafood paella or Argentinean meat platters. Daily happy hours at the bar loosen up guests for dance offs later that evening, or just excited seat-dancing with each arrival of more tapas. Warm orange and red walls inform the warm aesthetic of the décor, and dark wood tables offer an elegant stage for dining and drinking.
Inside a crisp black-and-grey interior relieved by bright yellow flourishes, Eat & Joy’s staff serves food from a menu that combines pizzeria fare with casual Middle-Eastern dishes. Beside calzones and pasta, the kitchen team tosses pizza dough before decorating it with toppings such as chicken, artichokes, and spicy red pepper sauce. Tender slices of kebab—whether made from beef or lamb and veal—fill plates and warm up pita pockets like beef kebabs warming up blue jean pockets. The eatery’s two specialties combine in a kebab pizza, topped with gyro meat and feta, and Turkish-style pizzas that host spicy sausage or chopped veggies.
Wagner's Liquor fuels parties and relaxing dinners with a host of craft beers, spirits, and vino. The venerable drink emporium traces its origins back to 1934—just after the United States repealed the amendment banning the sale of alcohol, and shortly before Congress reversed its decision to outlaw whistling on the Sabbath. Today, the shop features kegs of craft brews from Rogue, Harpoon, and Founders, as well as six-packs of imported ales and lagers. Bottles of wine from California and abroad neatly line the shelves, alongside high-end spirits perfect for sipping or swirling into cocktails.
Fiesta is about celebration. That's evident not only in its spirited ambiance and modern murals of masks and trees, but also in its diverse menu of Latin-inspired dishes designed to evoke the bustling life of the American Southwest. Decorating the tables are multicolored runners and jazzy plates of steaming Tex-Mex tapas revved up with spicy lime, mango purée, and orange-cardamom beurre blanc. Patrons can sip on margarita pitchers and sangria while noshing on authentic mexican tacos and enchiladas, or offer themselves congratulatory chest bumps in one of the eatery's many full-wall mirrors.
While Axian Food Factory’s intercontinental menu reinforces the idea that in some ways the world has become smaller, it also reminds us that our planet is still full of diverse flavors. The offerings waffle between classic Americana dishes—such as Baltimore Ruebens and Italian hero sandwiches—and pan-Asian dishes, including Japanese yakisoba noodles and Korean bibimbob rice bowls. The joint also caters events. Its eclectic menu provides guests with plenty of options to suit their specific cravings, so they don’t have to rudely order in their own personal bucket of meatloaf.