When The Wharf opened up just under two years ago, it became Washington D.C.’s first waterfront neighborhood. We recently traveled to the nation’s capital to check out what all the hubbub is about — and we found great restaurants and bars, plenty of public programming and an impressive hotel in the InterContinental Washington D.C. — The Wharf.
The Wharf (officially District Wharf) is lively, with plenty of Millennial and Gen X friends and couples walking along the cobblestoned waterfront; we also saw families with young children enjoying the area, as well as a few older couples. It was a great mix of locals and travelers.
Guests can take in great views of the Potomac River from the King Premier Riverview rooms at InterContinental Washington D.C. — The Wharf. // Photo by Matt Turner
Three main piers at The Wharf host events from festivals and complimentary yoga to ice…