The Logan Circle neighborhood, situated between the DuPont Circle and Shaw neighborhoods, is bordered by S Street to the north, 10th Street to the east, 16th Street to the west, and M Street to the south
Anyone who has ever driven in DC knows about its infamous traffic circles, but Logan Circle, with its grand Victorian mansions flanking the curves of the street, is the city’s last remaining residential one. Stroll around it, admiring turrets, towers and architectural flourishes, or take a picnic to the circle itself to take it all in.
Le Diplomate features an authentic French dining experience which has become Washington’s Top Restaurants since opening in 2013, reservations can be booked up to two months in advance. You can catch a show at the Studio Theatre after dinner, which has been around for over 35 years. For the hipsters in the area, Black Cat is one of the best places to catch live independent music and dance the night away – they have had performers like Foo fighters and the White stripes perform here.
For the outdoorsy types, Logan Circle Park is one of the most historical sites, during the Civil War, Logan Circle Park was the site of a refugee camp for freed slaves of Virginia and Maryland now it sits with a 25 foot monument and plenty of benches to read, eat and lounge on.
Types of homes in the Area
Logan Circle community is home to many of the most beautiful Victorian Brownstones in the district. There are also several new upscale condo developments in the neighborhoods now that perfectly compliment the Victorian architecture.
Every January there is a “winter restaurant week” where you can savor delicious deals as a part of the districts restaurant week. This neighborhood and surrounding area offers activities all year round, from an outdoor ice skating rink to celebrating the Chinese New Year in an upscale way and rocking out to political events.