Washington, D.C.’s extensive shopping scene is as eclectic as you'd expect from the sprawling US capital. Visitors searching for a unique buy will discover the upscale antique stores and open-air craft markets. There's also a handful of shopping malls, rows and rows of independent and brand name boutiques, and small hidden clusters of weird and wacky thrift stores. In other words, there’s enough in D.C. to satisfy the pickiest shopper.
Fittingly for a city with such an influence on the world, Washington, D.C. boasts a vibrant, global cuisine culture. A mix of both affordable and fancy Thai and Chinese restaurants fill the central streets, providing no shortage of soy-dappled, lemongrass-infused delights. Washington also has its fair share of Mexican and Italian eateries, and more than a hint of sumptuous home-style Southern cooking. For a quick bite, there’s a wealth of inexpensive tasty chain takeaways too.
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