For a couple of decades, Washington’s gay community has been steadily expanding east of the city’s traditional hub of LGBTQ culture, Dupont Circle. The historic Logan Circle neighborhood abounds with beautiful 19th-century townhouses — many of which have been gorgeously restored in recent years.
Logan Circle has morphed from a dodgy and downcast district to one of the hottest spots in town for dining and drinking.
As you amble around this area, you’ll spy plenty of rainbow flags — the neighborhood is highly diverse in race, sexual orientation, and style, although rapid gentrification is sadly leading to higher rents and pricing out some artists and younger residents.
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