2019 Ten Best Places to Shop Near D.C.
If you are visiting the DC, Maryland, Virginia area looking for the best shopping experience, look no more. This is the best list for places to shop in DC for 2019. For the best experience, charter a luxury bus, SUV or towncar for easy drop off, pick up and safe storage of your hot buys while you are out shopping for more. Get dropped off for luncheon and then hit the shops again, without worrying about parking and security. Without further ado, here is the 2019 Ten Best Places to Shop Near Washington DC:
1.) City Center DC
Visit the core of Downtown to experience the shopping wonderland, City Center DC, loaded with 10-acres of shops, cafes, restaurants and public space. World-renowned retailer outlets such as Paul Stuart, Dior, Kate Spade, Hermès, Longchamp, Burberry, Zadig & Voltaire and Hugo Boss can cater to all luxury and fashion needs. After a day spent power-shopping, escape to one of the nearby dining establishments, including Fig & Olive, Centrolina, DBGB Kitchen & Bar, Momofuku CCDC or Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse.
2.) Tysons Corner, McLean, VA
Take a Limo to the retail mecca located in McLean, Va., and browse through goods from more than 300 shops at Tysons Corner Center, including brands like Michael Kors, Nordstrom, Lord & Taylor and C. Wonder. Then, your Limo can whisk you across the wide street and you’ll find the luxury store-filled Tysons Galleria. This bustling complex boasts notables like Prada, Chanel, Coach, Elie Tahari, and, if you’re here on travel and need an extra suitcase, get it from TUMI.
3.) Dupont Circle
The Connecticut Avenue strip is endowed with a full lineup of shopping options. South of the Circle, you’ll find the Shop Made in DC, which features custom accessories, wares and more from DC’s community of local creators. For those needing portable shade, peep Proper Topper’s brimming hat selection, including hand-made straw hats to fedoras to berets and more. If your accessory needs aren’t fully satisfied try visiting Tiny Jewel Box for some vintage jewelry.
4.) Mazza Gallerie
Grab a luxurious Limo ride to the District of Columbia-Maryland border, where you will find high-end stores at Mazza Gallerie. This Friendship Heights shopping hub has a myriad of dining options, a strong offering of jewelry stores and even a Neiman Marcus.
5.) Georgetown, Washington, D.C.
Georgetown is a popular Washington, D.C. neighborhood for shopping, dining, and nightlife. This shopping mecca appeals to the younger crowd but also has plenty of boutiques and antique stores for all ages. Most of the shops in Georgetown are centered along M Street and Wisconsin Avenue, cruise down in a chartered limousine to add some spice to the experience.
6.) Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.
Eastern Market is a bona-fide Washington, D.C. institution. A farmers market that offers fresh produce and flowers, delicatessen, baked goods, meat, fish, poultry, cheese and dairy products, Eastern Market has a bit of everything. On Saturdays you’ll find an arts and crafts fair and on Sundays; a flea market that features antiques, arts, collectibles, crafts and imported goods. Also you’ll encounter lots of high-end shopping at Union Station, which is D.C.’s central train station and a shopping mall featuring over 130 stores, several restaurants, and a large movie theater.
7.) Fashion Center at Pentagon City
Located in Arlington, Va., just outside D.C., this shopping mecca has in excess of 170 stores to satiate your shopping desires. Some stores include Apple, Hugo Boss, Kate Spade New York, Michael Kors and Tumi. There is a wide selection of food options to help you recharge in the middle of your shopping spree. Don’t forget to take a ride up in the all-glass elevator for an amazing view.
8.) Old Town Alexandria, VA
Historic Old Town Alexandria features a combination of the best in modern shopping along with small town quaint tastes. The picturesque, historical setting and nostalgic architecture make up the tidy scene for locally owned small boutiques and the acclaimed antique market Alexandria is famous for. Old Town is a dream come true for shoppers and is home to fancy finds in upscale fashion markets and nationally known big-box retailers like Williams Sonoma, Anthropologie and many others. Shoppers can explore the vast varieties on a Limo tour for a truly unique experience.
9.) National Harbor
At the National Harbor waterfront you will discover over 150 retailers that cater to all manner of styles. Several well-known retail stores offer all the newest hot items in fashion, clothing, accessories, books, music and much more. Also there you will find boutique shops with rare wares on offer. After you shop your heart out, relax for a romantic meal on the Potomac.
10.) U Street/14th Street
Check out the hipster paradise of U Street’s retro-cool vibe and trendy restaurants. Pause your Limo joyride for a delicious gelato from Dolcezza, and then pop in to the renowned wine cellar, Cork & Fork. Batch 13 has a great selection of American whiskey for international visitors wanting to take home some authentic Americana.
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