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1. National Press Club

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383 reviews
National Press Club
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5
Prices/Tariffs
5
Quality Products/Services
5
Professionalism
5
Client Attention
5

Address: 529 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20045

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 8PM

Telephone: (202) 662-7500

Guy: Event venue


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Austin Graff: Inside a 1927 downtown D.C. building surrounded by deep American history is the National Press Club started in 1908 across the street from its current building. Once only open to white male journalists, the club now welcomes all through membership and public events. It's also a popular wedding venue. I went for a free screening of a documentary film by The Washington Post Opinions section and Ray Whitehouse on a Monday evening. Here's my experience: 1) Space: With a rich legacy, it screams old-school Washington, D.C. from the dated carpet to the media tokens on the walls from statues honoring journalists to old newspaper clippings. The elevators are regal and the bar wooden. There are several meeting rooms and one larger room for their main speaking and panel events. Off from the bar is a dining room with stunning views of the Willard Hotel and Washington Monument. There are plenty of restrooms throughout the floors (the 13th and 14th floors of the building) 2) Parking: For evening events, there's usually street parking for a few dollars along F Street NW. 3) Location: There are plenty of restaurants nearby that stay open through dinner from District Taco to Rice Bar.

Mark West: Quite an elegant and classy building. I was there to attend the James Foley foundation awards dinner. A great place for a high profile event

Angelica Oung: I was lucky enough to be invited by a reporter friend who is a member and I got a shrimp burger. I usually keep to a plant-based diet and this was as low as I could get on the food chain without eating nothing but a salad. I suppose I should say that in this day and age restaurants ought to do a better job catering to vegetarians and plant-based eaters, but in this case the shrimp burger was simply wonderful. I wouldn't describe it exactly as a burger, it was almost more like a crab cake concept except with chopped shrimp instead of pieces of crab and it came with a delicious remoulade sauce. It was of course served on a burger roll that was a nice rich brioche roll with the usual fixings of fresh lettuce tomato and red onion. It came with a hefty side salad too that was well-dressed. Dear National press club I do hope that the next time I visit there will be a decent vegetarian entree. I think the only thing I could have gotten there was the Caesar salad without a protein which would not have been very satisfying. Having said that I still give it a five star for The unique ambiance and the fact that the shrimp burger was extremely delicious. Price was also I thought very reasonable for the area.

Joshua Pritt: My company had a holiday party here and the venue was great. Beautiful details everywhere, very classic feel. It was wonderful to have several separate rooms so you could get away from the party and have a conversation if you wanted to

Malik Siraj Akbar: When I moved to Washington DC for the first time in 2012, I join the National Press Club where I met some of my first friends in DC. It’s a fantastic place at a central location that has almost everything to offer for journalists and communicators. The club offers free breakfast, gym, a great library, working space, discounts on events, and, above all, free tacos evert Friday night.

Caroline Wafula: Beautiful place. Happy to visit

Jim Swift: A great organization dedicated to a great cause. Excellent venue space, great organization for journalists and comms professionals to join, and fantastic food! The Fourth Estate restaurant, with its award winning chef, is open to the public and you should definitely try it if you're visiting.

Mahsa A: Nice event for the launch and talk of Jazan Rezaian’s book. The complimentary book cookies were a great touch.

Candid Camel: Lovely interior. Wonderful event. Cozy and intimate feeling. Would love to attend an event here again.

Mia Speight: Prestigious atmosphere, great catering and awesome production crew.

2. MediaDC

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MediaDC
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5
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5
Quality Products/Services
5
Professionalism
5
Client Attention
5

Address: 1152 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Telephone: (202) 903-2000

Guy: Media company


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Paul Dawdy: I’m disgusted that they dumped the weekly standard and tried to give me a subscription to the Washington examiner

Peter Glazer: Deceptive salesperson

3. American University School of Communication

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5 reviews
American University School of Communication
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5
Prices/Tariffs
5
Quality Products/Services
5
Professionalism
5
Client Attention
5

Address: McKinley Bldg, 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Telephone: (202) 885-1000

Guy: University department


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4. Pulitzer Center

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3 reviews
Pulitzer Center
Services
4.5
Prices/Tariffs
4.3
Quality Products/Services
4.8
Professionalism
4.5
Client Attention
4.4

Address: 1779 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 332-0982

Guy: Non-profit organization


Review: Their website mentions journalists

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D.R. Thompson: Great organization.

Susan Ikenberry: They are so helpful! I’ve had so many journalists, have had students enter contests…I love what they do!!

5. House Triangle

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House Triangle
Services
4.2
Prices/Tariffs
4
Quality Products/Services
4.6
Professionalism
4.3
Client Attention
5

Address: United States Capitol, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 225-5214

Guy: Park


Review: "... an underrated place to go to DC if your into politics or journalism."

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ᏢᏒᎧᖴ. ՏᏁᗩᎮᏋ: Washington, D.C. is a planned city. In 1791, President Washington commissioned Pierre (Peter) Charles L'Enfant, a French-born architect and city planner, to design the new capital. He enlisted Scottish surveyor Alexander Ralston to help lay out the city plan. The L'Enfant Plan featured broad streets and avenues radiating out from rectangles, providing room for open space and landscaping. He based his design on plans of cities such as Paris, Amsterdam, Karlsruhe, and Milan that Thomas Jefferson had sent to him. L'Enfant's design also envisioned a garden-lined "grand avenue" approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) in length and 400 feet (120 m) wide in the area that is now the National Mall. President Washington dismissed L'Enfant in March 1792 due to conflicts with the three commissioners appointed to supervise the capital's construction. Andrew Ellicott, who had worked with L'Enfant surveying the city, was then tasked with completing the design. Though Ellicott made revisions to the original plans—including changes to some street patterns—L'Enfant is still credited with the overall design of the city.

gobluebuckeye: Beautiful building with a fantastic history. The architecture stunning. However it seems to have an infestation of rats and snakes being funded by foreign and special interest groups. These rats and snakes do not represent the people and only care about personal gain and power.

Adam Sturman: Had the chance to video record a press conference here a few days ago. Despite the scorching sun, having the Capitol in the background looks amazing!

Jasmine H: Nice park but the benches have bird poop on them and the monument marble has ants. Saw some birds catch flies. Cops are swarming the place

Pierce Jones: If you ever want to see where the press records there brodcasts from the capitol. This is the place to go, truly an underrated place to go to D.C if your into politics or journalism. The photo here was from a demonstration from July of 2019.

edgar smash: It was intense.

Karthikeyan K: I give this map

Shannon Fair: Crowded but worth it

dante palmer: Come and take a tour of the Capitol

Marcin Zakluczyński: (Translated by Google) Okay.(Original)Dobrze.

6. Philip Merrill College of Journalism

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3 reviews
Philip Merrill College of Journalism
Services
5
Prices/Tariffs
5
Quality Products/Services
5
Professionalism
5
Client Attention
5

Address: 7765 Alumni Dr, College Park, MD 20742

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

Telephone: (301) 405-2399

Guy: University department


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7. Washington Examiner

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Washington Examiner
Services
4
Prices/Tariffs
4.3
Quality Products/Services
4.8
Professionalism
4.5
Client Attention
4.2

Address: 1152 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Telephone: (202) 903-2000

Guy: Newspaper publisher


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Jared Hatch: Fiona Moriarty McLaughlin

Nysha Atchley: Love it

8. SCOTUS

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SCOTUS
Services
4.5
Prices/Tariffs
4.4
Quality Products/Services
4.4
Professionalism
4.2
Client Attention
4.6

Address: 1 First St NE, Washington, DC 20543

Guy: Federal courthouse


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Mike Ro5: One of my favorite sites to visit in DC. It is less crowded than many sites, but the architecture and tour is outstanding.

Alaliiah: Supreme Court kinda cringe

9. United States Capitol

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United States Capitol
Services
4.4
Prices/Tariffs
4.4
Quality Products/Services
4.4
Professionalism
5
Client Attention
4.9

Address: First St SE, Washington, DC 20004

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 226-8000

Guy: Federal government office


Review: "Must visit united states Capitol if you are coming to Washington DC."

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Zay McCullough, MSW, LCSW-A: This was the last major attraction I saw during my one week trip here from 12/28/21 to 1/4/2022. You can see the Capital Building from several blocks away. I actually remembered I needed to stop by because I saw it after exiting the Children’s Museum. It was a little after 5pm when we made it there. We say the reflecting pool, which is wider but shorter than the reflecting pool between the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Unlike the latter, the Capitol’s reflecting pool isn’t easily accessible to stuck your feet it. The view, however, was still nice. This was my first time being in DC since I was in elementary school. It was extremely awesome to see the Capitol building. It was ironic that I had just watched Olympus Has Fallen on TV in my hotel just a day prior. Unfortunately, the perimeter of the building is gated off due to the events that transpired a year ago. I’m saddened to see that public access still isn’t available. Of course COVID is an added barrier to tours. Going inside is something that I wanted to do. I did not go to the visitors center that is close by as my son was ready to go back to the hotel, lol. There was a large Christmas tree in the lawn area between the capital building and the reflecting pool. Many people were taking pictures and appeared to be having a good time. I was grateful for the experience because I talked to my son (8) about what goes on in the building, the legislative bodies, and etc. I’m sure he’s forgotten everything we talked about but he can say he seen it in person whenever he does learn about it in school.

Ganindu Madhawa: A place where one can probe into the political history of USA.It is an iconic place and you need to reserve tickets beforehand visiting the place. You will be provided with a guide who give descriptive analysis of the architecture of the place and historical events. 😊

Yusra Nabeel: Such a great experience visiting one of the US symbols. Great place with beautiful reflection in pool.

Ali Shajarizadeh: This beautiful building is a must-see for everyone who visit Washington DC. The building has a long history. The place is where many important decisions were and are made that affects the world.

Nas Sol: The in-depth history of this iconic building is grander than I expected! A true beautiful from the exterior to the interior. I got a sense of appreciation after leaving from here. It can get very packed though so it's recommended you start your day early to beat the crowd. A must see when you're in DC!

Stephen Butler: My first time taking the tour. Our Representative arranged a VIP tour. It was very small and personal. There’s no cost, but if your going to take a tour book it in advance. It takes about 3 hours or so. It was worth the time. Please hit “Like” if this was helpful. Thanks.

Ben Henderson: Really enjoyed the tour inside the Capitol building. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and funny. Really interesting history and beautiful inside. Liked the fact you can then walk through a tunnel to cross over to the library of Congress which again was beautiful.

Keith Roussel: Visiting the Capitol building is fantastic experience. I visited with my family and it was a great opportunity to see some of our nation's history as well as the seat of power of the legislative branch. We booked a tour in advance from out state senator Ted Cruz. Our tour began at his office in the neighboring senate building. From there we took the underground trolly to the capitol building. Our tour guide took us through the various parts of the capitol biding explaining the building, decoration and history. After the tour we were able to view the senate and house of representative chamber. Each was unique. The House had a live reenactment of typical chamber proceedings which was nice, but once the reenactment was finished, we had to leave. The senate on the other hand had no reenactment, but we would stay as long as we like. I sat therefore a while attempting to etch the experience in my memory, which I personally valued more.

blade Galletta: This is a must visit in Washington D.C. The capital building is absolutely gorgeous. In the spring time there are many flowers and trees surrounding it to make it even better. The fountain in the front is very unique and perfect for pictures with the building. They have gates up with guards so you can't get really close. I think they do tours but you would have to research that on the website.

Isabelle Tran: Beautiful architecture from the outside. Recommended to book in advance for a tour. The park outside is a beautiful place to relax after a long day of touring, including some cherry blossom trees.

10. Embassy of Venezuela to the United States

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Embassy of Venezuela to the United States
Services
4.8
Prices/Tariffs
4
Quality Products/Services
4.2
Professionalism
4.9
Client Attention
4.4

Address: 1099 30th St NW # 2, Washington, DC 20007

Guy: Embassy


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Derek Roark: TOURIST VISA - DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME. I planned a trip to Venezuela. I bought entry and exit flights and went over every document with the man at the counter. I had a letter of invitation. I have no criminal record nor am I involved in politics. Regardless, I was denied without explanation. -- I gave two stars because the staff were very friendly.

Chaviator: Worst site in the world

Doris Cariana Ariza Miranda: Well requested my renewal of my passport in August 27, 2016... I'm received an appointment for March 8, 2017... the communication was okay... since I had to send 4 emails to receive a detailed response regarding the requirements for that day such as how much was 12 UT.In addition they didn't need my pictures 2x2. I spent one hour and half in there. However when they called me a second time didn't last 5 minutes in the office. They told me that my new passport will arrive in 3 or 4 months I drove all the way from Miami, Fl to Washington DC... never again hahaha

R: Closed because they don't want no Americans to travel over there. ( Maduro

Natalie Hernandez: Im trying to get a prorroga for my mom's passport and the website Saime gives me the option to pick it up at the Washington Embassy, but they are close, and we don't know when they will open!!!!!!!! they just want to take your money! What a Disaster.

adam foster: I applied for tourist visa back on February 21 I have not seen the visa yet and it has been a month but as far as the people on the consulate that work there they were very polite and very helpful it was not a very long wait at all it was clean and I cannot say it enough how polite everyone in there was was a very friendly atmosphere

Roger Kint: I applied for my visa to go to Venezuela over 6 weeks ago, they told me the process was going to be 2-3 weeks, it has been almost 7 weeks. I have not received any respond or my Passport back since you have to leave the passport to get the visa. I have called many times, voice mails are full and i have e-mailed and no one has answered the e-mails. This is ridiculous!!!

Jay M: no one answers the phone even after 1pm. There is formal correspondence by email after a day or so, so try that. Other reviews look good for the most when attending in person.

Zurit Sequeiros: Building is abandoned, no telephone service at all, you don't see no one can give you an answer about visas or passports.

Tony Naranjo: Have called many times, only a recording to press option 3 for an official. Then on hold for another 30 seconds only to be told mailbox is full, no way to communicate with them. Will have to travel 1 hour to visit them in person to answer a question. Terrible service