Surround yourself in the excitement, history, and charm of the Shaw, DC neighborhood.

Shaw’s place in DC history is as varied as it is interesting. The mix of beautiful 19th century Victorian row houses with big front porches alongside pockets of shops and restaurants on tree-lined streets makes the area very walkable. The historic charm of the area is still evident in many parts of Shaw.

A large part of Shaw’s appeal is the variety of locally owned establishments like Dacha Beer Garden, La Jambe, Compass Coffee, and Ben’s Chili Bowl. There’s a bevy of bars and nightclub options in the area, providing entertainment for any mood or time of day, including the Lincoln Theatre, Howard Theatre, and 9:30 Club. You can’t beat the convenience of the Giant Food grocery right down the block. And for artistic endeavors, Long View Gallery is one of the area’s largest art spaces and a great location for hosting an event.

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The clubroom offers something for everyone and is perfect for entertaining. Complete with shuffleboard, flat screens, plush lounge seating and a bar area, the clubroom is a space to relax, unwind and socialize with both friends and neighbors.

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