Vermont Avenue is a street in the Washington DC area of the United States. Vermont Avenue runs from H Street NW in front of the White House, north-east to Florida Ave NW. It is interrupted several times by McPherson Square, Thomas Circle, and Logan Circle.
Businesses and organizations with office space or facilities in the area of Vermont Avenue include the Humanities Council of Washington, the AFL-CIO, Export-Import Bank of the United States, all three branches of the federal government (including Congress, the President, and the Supreme Court) many national monuments and museums that are primarily situated on or around the National Mall, and the area surrounding Logan Circle featuring a variety of retailers, restaurants, art galleries, live theater, and nightlife venues. These include the bar Number Nine, a Whole Foods Market two blocks away, and the Logan Circle Historic District.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Vermont Avenue is just minutes from Washington DC’s most renowned national monuments at the National Mall. Other nearby attractions include the Washington Convention Center, Verizon Center and scores of upscale restaurants, shops and theaters. Dining options in Vermont Avenue include Birch & Barley, Lalibela, Thaitanic Restaurant, Great Wall Szechuan House, Veranda, and Teak Wood. Posto is a popular and contemporary Italian restaurant in the area where you can sit outside in warmer weather and enjoy some of the finest pizza and pasta in the area.
The nearest major airport to Vermont Avenue is Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. Other airports in the area include Washington Dulles International Airport, and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. It is easy to get around Vermont Avenue via nearby Metrobus, DC Circulator, or on foot. Vermont Avenue is also near Union Station. McPherson Square Metro station is the closest station in the area.