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Washington DC's own mini-Manhattan, Penn Quarter is the heart of DC. Even if you've never been to D.C, we're sure you have that image in your head. If you've watched shows that were centered in DC, there is a famous picture of D.C that would always come on the screen. You know, the one with Capitol Hill in the distance, and the blur of traffic and street lights beneath? Can you picture that image? Well if you can, that right there is Penn Quarter. Due to its location, there are many, many activities and events that attract visitors, travelers, and local residents every day of the year. So new apartment renters planning to live in this neighborhood, be prepared for a packed schedule of fun and enjoyment. A couple of popular attractions and activities to check out include: The National Building Museum, The International Spy Museum, National Museum of Crime and Punishment, Marian Koshland Science Museum, National Portrait Gallery, Newseum, and of course all the museums around the National Mall. Being located in the heart of DC can only mean one thing...the number of food options is nearly endless! For the inner-foodie, a few local favorites include: Penn Quarter Sports Tavern, DC Penn Quarter, Luke's Lobster Penn Quarter, Teaism Penn Quarter, Cedar Restaurant, Rasika, Jaleo, Carmine's Italian Restaurant, Grand Trunk, and Ella's Wood Fired Pizza. We're going to keep this list nice and short, because if you decide to live in this area you will have the opportunity to explore many more different restaurants on your own! (Renter Statistics Source: www.livability.com and www.areavibes.com)