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The only reason that I can think to go here is for lunch at one of the 10-20 food trucks that line two sides of the square. Most options are priced between $9 and $12 at any of them. Ate there three times last week,...More
A welcome contrast to the bustle of K street, and a soothing bit of nature to ease the morning commute, as well as a solemn memorial to a true patriot and hero, Admiral David (“Damn the torpedoes, full spent ahead!”) Farragut.
Travelled to Farragut West metro station as the tour bus has a stop next to the square - metro exit is right opposite. Square is named after “the first admiral of the navy” (never heard of him) and the only inscription on his statue in...More
I visited the Farragut Square a couple of times, though at first it was simply a coincidence that it happened to border on my transit point for switching metro lines and catching the bus. I found it interesting and relaxing to detour my walks around...More
In my eyes at least, this is one of those "Forgotten Memorials" : Farragut was the very first Admiral of the U.S. Navy, and served with great distinction - to the degree that he is remembered, at least some people will refer to that apocryphal...More
This block-square park with a memorial of Farragut in the center is a convenient place to rest and snack. Accessible by two Metro stations--blue and yellow lines on the south-side; red-line on the north--there are benches in the park; during the week there are mobile...More