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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