Take in scenic Virginia wine country at more than 80 wineries and cideries with the Virginia Wine Pass for two people at half off.
This Waterfront restaurant boasts a "bistro-style feel" and traditional dishes with a "contemporary spin" (Away.com). Sit down to brunch for two for 40% off.
Take a leisurely Sunday afternoon cruise with Potomac River views on the Spirit of Washington. Members save over 40% on a trip including brunch.
Zagat doles out "very good" (20) ratings for food, decor and service at this "rustic-chic" U Street corridor bistro.
Investigate the International Spy Museum's Spy in the City GPS Mission. This deal for more than 40% off admission and interactive mission for two is classified -- available exclusively to Travelzoo members.
The Spa at the AAA 5-Diamond Four Seasons Georgetown is "one of the best in town" (Fodor's). Indulge in a day of pampering for nearly 40% off.
This spring and summer, set out on the water with a kayak or paddleboard rental for half off.
This neighborhood destination in Tenleytown is one of the Top 10 French Restaurants in D.C. (Gayot). Enjoy an exclusive dinner for two and save 50%.
Zagat says "it's always a quality experience" at this downtown steakhouse. Sit down to a surf-and-turf dinner for two with wine and save over 40%.
Sit down to a "mature Southern-tinged drinking and dining experience" (Fodor's) at one of the top bourbon bars in the region for 50% off.
Take advantage of the "rare and thrilling opportunity" (10Best.com) to view masterpieces by Monet, Picasso and others at the Kreeger Museum for 40% off.
Sit down for a "delightful" and "elegant" (Zagat) dinner with cava at this Washington Post Editors' Pick and save up to 50%.
Savor the cuisine of celebrated chef Daniel Boulud at his D.C. restaurant, DBGB, where American tavern fare meets French brasserie charm.
Thrillist lists Arcuri among the Best New Places to Eat and Drink in D.C., praising the "delicious" wood-fired pizzas. Subscribers can visit for 50% off brunch.
Dine on French American fare at The Grille at Morrison House, nestled inside a "luxurious, historic hotel" in the heart of Old Town Alexandria (Washingtonian).
Dine on three courses of French fare at Le Grenier, an Atlas District gem The Washington Post calls "a charming French bistro that lives up to its name."
Dine at DC Harvest, District Cuisine's "new favorite restaurant on H Street," where the WaPo-praised menu items emphasize local, quality ingredients.
Dine like royalty on a four-course feast and save more than 40% with this offer for the jousting and sword-fighting show at Medieval Times in Hanover.
Dine at the top-rated Fourth Estate, housed within the National Press Club, and save 50% on dinner with a bottle of wine or a weekday lunch.
Save 40% on leisurely cruises down the Occoquan River. Take a 90-minute scenic weekend cruise or charter your own private trip throughout the summer.
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