One of the DC's best film festivals, dedicated to nature and the environment. A great place to see and showcase world-class leading films in natural history and environmental documentaries. Venues are spread throughout downtown DC and hosted in association with the American University.
Restaurants near Environmental Film Festival for Backpackers
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- 20.22 mi3276 M St NW, Washington, DC 200070.22 mi from Environmental Film Festival8 reviews
Nice independent market with all sorts of good high end products. Great place to buy cheeses, cured meats, jellies, spices, and mustardPopular withFoodiesHistoryDesign
- 30.11 mi3000 M St Nw, Washington, DC 200070.11 mi from Environmental Film Festival
La Madeleine is simply amazing. Amazing food!!! Good service, lovely decoration and prices are right for what you are getting even though it's on the pricy side.Popular withHistory
- 40.1 mi1073 Wisconsin Ave Nw, Washington, DC 200070.1 mi from Environmental Film Festival
Located in Georgetown, right off of Wisconsin Ave and down a tiny, pedestrian-only-can-fit alley, hides Blues Alley. This jazz and supper club hosts the best jazz has to offer. Blues Alley is tiny, authentic and offers spectacular Cajun Cuisine. Go for the jazz, savor the food, and relish the experience.Popular withAdventureNightlifeLocal
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- 60.21 mi5252 Wisconsin Ave Nw, #3, Washington, DC 200150.21 mi from Environmental Film Festival
This is a staple of the area. The breakfast menu is food and not too expsensive. Pancakes, eggs, bacon, done! For lunch there are a lot more options for wraps, salads and other standard deli fare. It has certainly become more popular now that you can buy pitchers of beer.
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- 80.08 mi1068 31st St Nw, Washington, DC 200070.08 mi from Environmental Film Festival
Outstanding Italian restaurant in Georgetown. The food was amazing and the wine choices were very reasonable. If you're looking for Italian around this area, I'd recommend this place or La Perla up Pennsylvania if you want to spend a little more money.Popular withFoodiesTrendsters
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- 130.21 mi2813 M St Nw, Washington, DC 200070.21 mi from Environmental Film Festival
A little piece of France hidden at the edge of Georgetown. The service is great and the food is what you think of when you think French food. It is not too haughty so it appeals to just about anyone.
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- 150.06 mi3124 M Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 200070.06 mi from Environmental Film Festival1 review
This classic French bistro has been a home for French speakers since the 1970s. The restaurant is open quite late by D.C. standards -- 3 a.m. on weekdays, later on weekends. The little tables amidst the vintage posters make for cozy conversation. Oh, and the mousse au chocolat is my favorite!Popular withFoodiesNightlife
- 160.21 mi1211 Potomac Street Northwest, Washington, DC, United States0.21 mi from Environmental Film Festival1 review
Communities near the Chesapeake Bay are known for crab, not lobster. So if you have a sudden hankering for New England style seafood, head to Luke's. Yeah, they inevitably have a crab roll. But I'd grab a lobster grilled cheese or a New England clam chowder for the road.Popular withFoodiesStudentsBudget
- 170.18 mi3251 Prospect St NW, Washington, DC 20007-3243, United States0.18 mi from Environmental Film Festival1 review
A good spot for breakfast and people watching in Georgetown.
- 180.23 mi2811 M St NW, Washington, DC0.23 mi from Environmental Film Festival1 review
This is a trendy Georgetown take on Mexican dining. Definitely business casual, not a dirty taco stand by any degree. The food is great and portions are generous. Very popular with the 9-5 office crowd.
- 190.2 mi2816 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC0.2 mi from Environmental Film Festival
My office-mate suggested this place as somewhere near enough to work to go to for lunch. It was quite crowded when I got there at about one on a Friday, but the line moves at a decent pace. I got the special of a caprese sandwich (that's pesto, mozzarella and tomato on ciabatta - they sell something similar regularly) with ...
- 200.06 mi3150 M Street N.W., Washington0.06 mi from Environmental Film Festival2 reviews
Although Serendipity 3 (3 for number of owners) boasts a delicious frozen hot chocolate (sounds like room temperature chocolate to me) I only went there for a drink. The desserts look scrumptious but very expensive. Who pays $19 for a banana split!? That's just outrageous!