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DC Metro

Where city comforts and suburban living intersect

Welcome to DC Metro

The Washington, D.C. Metro Area, often referred to simply as the DMV (District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia), is a vibrant and dynamic region situated on the eastern coast of the United States. Boasting a rich tapestry of history, culture, and political significance, this metropolitan area serves as the nation's capital and the center of American governance. 

The Capital Beltway, commonly referred to as just "the Beltway," is a major interstate highway that encircles Washington, D.C., and its surrounding suburbs in Maryland and Virginia. It forms a large loop, and its official designation is Interstate 495. The highway was constructed to improve transportation and connect various regions around the nation's capital. Due to its strategic location, the Capital Beltway plays a vital role in the daily lives of residents and visitors in the Washington, D.C. Metro Area, facilitating regional travel, trade, and commerce.Home to iconic landmarks like the White House, Capitol Hill, and the National Mall, the DMV captivates both residents and visitors alike with its blend of monumental architecture and bustling urban life. Beyond its political prominence, the region offers diverse neighborhoods, each with unique character, culinary delights, and cultural offerings. From the historic charm of Georgetown to the bustling energy of Arlington and the cultural melting pot of Silver Spring, the DMV embodies a captivating mosaic of experiences that cater to a multitude of tastes and interests.


What to Love

  • Conveniently located
  • Distinct cultures and history
  • An abundance of things to do for all ages — from annual festivals and events to historic destinations and excellent restaurants


Local Lifestyle

Living in the DC Metro Area offers a diverse and dynamic lifestyle with numerous opportunities for career growth, cultural enrichment, and recreational activities. The communities within the Beltway comprise many neighborhoods, each with its unique character and amenities. From bustling urban areas like downtown DC and Arlington to quieter suburban communities in Maryland and Virginia, residents can find a neighborhood that suits their lifestyle preferences.


Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Morton’s The Steakhouse is a fine dining chain serving classic steakhouse cuisine in a clubby atmosphere. Known for its seafood and aged prime steak, the restaurant is centrally located near entertainment venues. Guests enjoy the elegantly designed dining room or one of three private rooms for special occasions. 

With elegant decor and an airy atmosphere, La Ferme Restaurant features a covered porch, a large fireplace, a country farmhouse design, and live piano music. It serves upscale French fare in the heart of Chevy Chase and is a classic Washington, DC, destination for locals and visitors. The unmatched service and delicious food contribute to the amazing experience.

Established in 2012, Green Pig Bistro is a family-owned eatery serving rustic, traditional French food with an American flare. With a modern, comfortable, and warm atmosphere, the decor includes concrete floors, reclaimed wood, painted tin ceilings, and an open kitchen. 

Landini Brothers Restaurant boasts exposed brick, dim lighting, and an intimate patio. Featuring hearty Italian cuisine, it has been a premier destination for drinks, dinner, lunch, and brunch since opening its doors in 1979. The beautiful space, stellar service, and delicious meals all lend to an unparalleled experience as a night out or a private venue.


Things to Do

What was once a weapon factory is now the largest working artists’ studio collection in the United States. Torpedo Factory Art Center was established in 1974 and is a place for selling and showcasing art. Serving about 500,000 guests annually, featured art includes ceramics, jewelry, fiber, sculpture, stained glass, photography, painting, and more. Visitors can watch art created in real-time and buy original work.

Bon Air Park Rose Garden includes ornamental trees, azaleas, and over 120 different kinds of roses. The elaborate formal gardens are a common place for weddings and wedding photos. It opened in 1951 and was relocated to Bon Air Park in 1964. 

Founded during the Civil War, the National Museum of Health and Medicine has a collection spanning over a century. Dedicated to exploring and preserving military medicine, it strives to inform the advancement and research of military and civilian medicine. Visitors can learn about many topics through digital technology, programs, and exhibits.

Locust Grove Nature Center is a natural oasis in the middle of Bethesda’s urban excitement. Featuring traveling programs, Native Plant Education, special events, and campfire nature walks, guests can learn in addition to relaxing. Visitors can also explore the various exhibits, several walking trails, the observation deck, and more. 


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