Sunday Funday at the National Zoo

Where Erin Goes

Spring in Washington, D.C., is the best time of year for Sunday strolls. The air is cool in the morning but warms to a comfortable temperature between the upper 60s and low 70s, and unlike D.C. summers, the humidity is held at bay. Everything is new again — flowers bloom and trees turn into green canopies of shade. On this Sunday Funday, the National Zoo provided a pleasant backdrop for a blossoming friendship, too.

Brunch in Cleveland Park

There are quite a few dining options near the zoo. We drove past Open City, which appeared to be packed with a crowd waiting outside. We checked Ardeo + Bardeo, which is on my D.C. Bucket List, but the menu posted outside the restaurant and wine bar seemed a bit limited. There were several other bars and restaurants along the same block set to open at 11 or 11:30…

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