Whether you live in our nation’s capital or if you’re just visiting and want to meet local singles who can show you around, you’re going to want to hit up some of the city’s best locations. There’s no denying that Washington DC is brimming with fun and unique restaurants, museums, and tourist attractions, we’ve scoured through them all to find some of the best places to meet singles in Washington DC. As you read through our list, you may come across some of your favorites, but also may find new spots to check out!
Timed passes to see Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors have been going faster than a Saturday night dinner slot at Rose’s Luxury. If you’re lucky enough to enter the much-hyped exhibit full of polka dots, pumpkins, and infinity mirrors, you might as well make a night of it. Dine and drink at these places where the decor is just eccentric enough to make Kusama smile.
This Atlas District newcomer boasts no fewer than a dozen types of fries on its menu — six that are dusted with various seasonings inspired by such flavors as sushi and Bloody Marys, and six in the smothered category. Among these, we loved the bowl of frites tossed with sherry-crab bisque and jumbo lump crabmeat, complete with chunky Old Bay tartar sauce and slivers of green onion. Other varieties include bulgogi, mushroom, tasso, pastrami and French onion.
There’s a new date night spot in town that’s unlike any other in DC. Tom and I spent a recent evening under the clouds at Mythology on H Street celebrating a recent promotion he received at work with an especially fun dinner.
Yes, there are clouds hanging from the ceiling, and the whimsy doesn’t stop there. Playing on their location in the “Atlas Neighborhood” on the H Street Corridor, Mythology feels magical from the moment you enter. There is not much else on this particular stretch of H Street, but you once you arrive you won’t want to go anywhere else.
An order of scallops at this mythology-themed restaurant arrives on a metal platter with a giant metal trident attached to it. Other dishes come out of the kitchen on plates with a sword or an anvil rising perpendicular from the dish. Fries arrive in a giant, colorful ceramic head vessel — unless they’re smothered fries, in which case they come in a regular white bowl. And everything is served under fluff-encased light fixtures made to look like clouds. Owner Todd Luongo says, “We take the food seriously, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously.