Location:
1509 17th Street NW
Washington, DC 20009
Directions

No Tipping Necessary

KOMI serves up some of the finest American-Mediterranian cuisines in the Dupont Circle. Food SO GOOD patrons say its almost "IMPOSSIBLE" to get a table. Adventurous eaters all around say this standout restaurant is well worth it.

  • Set Multi-Course Dinner For $135 Per Person
  • Optional Wine Pairing For $70
  • Not Able To Seat Groups Larger Than Four

Things To Do in Washington, DC

Fairfax Museum and Visitor Center

Considering how much history there is in Washington and its surrounding areas, taking a walking tour will get you even closer to these venues and help you gain an even deeper insight to the lives of the people that shaped history. The Fairfax Museum and Visitor Center schedules various informative and detailed guided walking tours of historic Fairfax. Some of the highlights along the way include a handful of the city's oldest structures like the Gunnell House that dates back to 1830, the Old Fairfax Jail that originated back in 1891 and the Moore House that was originally constructed in 1840.

(703) 385-8414

Fiesta Musical at the National Zoo

The Fiesta Musical takes place every September to coincide with Hispanic Heritage Month. This is a highly rhythmic musical festival of a culture that has never shied away from spice in its attitude and its music. Animal demonstrations, and traditional Hispanic and Latino dancing are just part of all the entertainment. There's also plenty of great food to enjoy as well as some unique souvenirs for sale by some highly skilled artisans.

(800) 296-7996

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History boasts the world's largest natural history collection that will inspire several "oohs' and "aahs" from visitors of all ages. Among the highly dramatic and memorable exhibits are a 70 million-year-old dinosaur egg, an incredible giant squid, and a look at a truly unforgettable tarantula feeding that will inspire several gasps among all who view it. In addition to all of these exhibits, the museum offers even more adventures via the 3-D IMAX theater within its facility.

(202) 633-1000

United States Capitol

Aside from the White House, the United States Capitol building is the most visited building in Washington. This incredible building with its regal dome and classic architecture symbolizes democracy to everyone who sees it. The view from the front steps is like nothing else, so make sure you have your camera with you. Tours are available at the kiosk on the southwest side of the Capitol, and are free of charge, on a first-come, first-served basis. Plan to get there early, as there are always plenty of people in line for this extremely popular attraction.

(202) 266-8000