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Northshore April 2016

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

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42 | APRIL 2016 reflects its purpose, having been called "the biggest piece of abstract art in town." The gallery focuses on the post-War era, especially the last 50 years. Painting and sculpture by artists such as Matisse, Pollock, and de Kooning rub elbows with photography, multimedia installa- tions, and much more. The outdoor sculpture garden features works by August Rodin, Jeff Koons, and Yoko Ono. After a busy day exploring down- town, embrace the quiet, classy atmosphere of Georgetown, where elegant brick townhouses mix with tony shops and restaurants. Five-star Capella Hotel is located on the historic C&O Canal in the heart of this celebrated neighbor- MUSEUMS Phillips Collection $12 1600 21st St. NW Washington, D.C. 202-387-2151 National Gallery of Art Free admission 3rd and 9th Streets NW (along Constitution Ave.) Washington, D.C. 202-737-4215 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Free admission Independence Ave. at Seventh St. SW Washington, D.C. 202-633-4674 WHERE TO STAY Capella Hotels 1050 31st St. NW Washington, D.C. 202-617-2400 WHERE TO EAT Corduroy 1122 9th St. NW Washington, D.C. 202-589-0699 Fiola 601 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, D.C. 202-628-2888 Komi Restaurant 1509 17th St. NW Washington, D.C. 202-332-9200 photographs courtesy of Capella Washington, D.C./ Robert Reck (top); by Greg Powers (bottom) between the White House and the Capitol Building, is an upscale Italian eatery worth crossing town for. With dishes such as osso buco tortellini with sweetbreads and pine-smoked venison cacciatore, chef Fabio Trabocchi brings a high-end modern sensibility to rustic old-country fare. Komi is an American-Mediterra- nean bistro that can seat only four people at a time and offers a set tasting dinner of a dozen dishes, many of them featuring seafood. Corduroy, a contemporary American farm-to-fork restaurant near the Convention Center, is known for showcasing the fresh flavors of the season. All in all, D.C. is a warm and welcoming city that has much to of- fer visitors looking for fine art and fabulous food. hood. Enjoy flexible check-in and check-out times, free Wi-Fi, and the help of "personal assistants" who can advise you on local sightseeing. Fiola Restaurant, situated in a quintessentially D.C. location Fiola Restaurant is an upscale Italian eatery. Above and right, Capella Hotel presidential suite and rooftop pool

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