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A major road in Washington D.C. in the United States, Connecticut Avenue is located in the north west quadrant of the city, in suburban Montgomery County, Maryland. Connecticut Avenue radiates from the White House on a diagonal. Connecticut Avenue starts north of the White House at Lafayette Square, and is bisected by Farragut Square. On the north side of Farragut Square, Connecticut Avenue is a major thoroughfare in downtown Washington. This street features with high-end restaurants, historical buildings such as Sedgwick Gardens, hotels, and shopping.
Connecticut Avenue is in the northwestern quadrant of Washington D.C., which includes the central business district, the Federal Triangle, and the museums along the northern side of the National Mall, as well as such neighborhoods such as Petworth, Dupont Circle, LeDroit Park, Georgetown, Adams Morgan, Embassy Row, Glover Park, Tenleytown, Foggy Bottom, and more. Businesses, buildings, and other facilities in the area include the White House, Mayflower Hotel, the MCI Center building, the headquarters of the NBA Washington Wizards and NHL Washington Capitals, the World Bank, and Washington Convention Center. There are many locations along Connecticut Avenue that offer executive office suites.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There are many things to see and do near Connecticut Avenue. This area is home to the Smithsonian Complex, and several parks that include Woodley Park, Cleveland Park, and the National Zoological Park. Dining options near Connecticut Avenue include Morton’s Steakhouse, for Asian fusion food Far East Taco Grille is a great place to visit, Fojol Bros of Benethiopia serve popular Ethiopian food from a food stand, French cuisine is available at Terasol, and Red Hook Lobster Pound is famed in the area for their fresh seafood.
The area of Connecticut Avenue in Washington D.C. is served by several airports, including Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Washington Dulles International Airport, and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. Getting around can be done by Metrorail subway system, bus, or on foot.