Collaborative Map

I made this cool interactive, collaborative map on Google today. It includes all of the art galleries and some (of the many) “hot spots” on H St.

See below or click here for the full-featured map:

Studio H Gallery and Workshop, 408a H street NE
Dissident Display, 416 H Street NE
City Gallery, 804 H Street NE upstairs
Gallery O/ H, 1354 H Street NE
Conner Contemporary Art, 1358 Florida Av NE
G Fine Art, 1350 Florida Av NE
Industry, 1350 Florida Av NE (upstairs)
Evolve Urban Arts Project, 1375 Maryland Av NE


2 thoughts on “Collaborative Map”

  1. From May 2010 Continental Airlines magazine:

    Feel the Vibe on H Street

    A dish at Sticky Rice

    Tater Tots at a sushi bar? It’s the sort of quirky combo that defines the vibe of the emerging H Street neighborhood in northeast Washington, D.C. Here, dive bars peacefully coexist with live music venues, lounges, and bistros.

    Saturday nights at Sticky Rice (202.397.7655,, the place is packed with hipsters downing sake and eating creative sushi rolls and spuds by the bucketful, their conversation drowned out by the rock music playing in the background.

    Down the street, the Palace of Wonders (202.398.7469, hosts a wild array of shows from burlesque to belly dancing. Little Miss Whiskey’s Golden Dollar ( is the place for cheap beer. The outdoor patio and décor will make you think you’re in New Orleans.

    You can play indoor mini golf at the H Street Country Club (202.399.4722, or catch a band at the Rock and Roll Hotel (202.388.7625, For a more low-key night, settle in at the bar at Granville Moore’s (202.399.2546, with a big plate of steaming mussels. Then walk down the street to the Argonaut (202.397.1416,, where you can play DJ for the night with a mean jukebox.

    — R.R.

  2. From

    There’s a new energy brewing on H Street, a onetime cultural hub just a stone’s throw from union station.
    From May 2010 By Rob Jordan

    Taylor Gourmet

    Philly natives David Mazza and Casey Patten couldn’t find a decent deli in D.C., so the childhood friends opened Taylor Gourmet. Hoagies are made from imported Italian meats on fresh bread that’s delivered daily by their favorite hometown bakery. Lunch for two $16.

    Industry Gallery

    Tax attorney Craig Appelbaum doubles as a gallerist: upstairs from H Street’s pioneering Conner Contemporary Art, he exhibits far-out installations by cutting-edge artists such as Shlomo Harush and Nacho Carbonell.

    Granville Moore’s

    This snug, 1,400-square-foot gastropub—named for a beloved D.C. doctor who once lived here—is frequented by Capitol Hill staffers and locals in search of Belgian beer as well as sautéed-then-steamed mussels and crispy frites. Dinner for two $60.

    Atlas Performing Arts Center

    Shuttered not long after the city’s 1968 riots, the 1938 Art Deco theater is once again the area’s creative heart, with everything from classical concerts to modern dance. This month, catch Sancho Pança, a comic performance by France’s Opera Lafayette.


    Lemon-drop-yellow bar stools and sweet cocktails at this cheery corner bar pay homage to the 1960’s-era toy and candy store that once stood here. Try the cherry-topped Brown Cow Cooler, made with vanilla vodka, cream, and root beer. Drinks for two $16.

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