About Sascha Zuger

Sascha Zuger is the author of several Moon Handbook and Spotlight guidebooks. Her work has been seen in National Geographic Traveler, The Washington Post, The LA Times, Food Network Magazine, Parenting, SELF, Gourmet, WIRED, and a number of other national magazines. She also writes novels for teens under pseudonym, Aimee Ferris.

Free DC: Washington on the Cheap

Washington DC is filled with an astounding number of free museums””including the highly anticipated National Museum of African American History and Culture, which is scheduled to open in 2015″”and a handful of fantastic low-key restaurants. Here are a few of our favourite ways to experience … Continue reading

The Best Open Air Markets in Washington DC

Do your part to boost the economy with a visit to these open-air markets in Washington DC for tasty treats, unique local arts and plenty of free entertainment.   Eastern Market © Angel Thompson   Eastern Market: Capitol Hill   This year-round weekend venue is … Continue reading

Where to Have Brunch in Washington D.C.

While it might seem that D.C. politicos are incapable of anything resembling compromise, this celebrated meal, where breakfast meets lunch halfway, is inspiring enough to bring everyone back to the table (*okay, so probably different tables). Deciding where to eat in the capital can be … Continue reading

Hidden Music Haunts: Where to see Live Music in Washington D.C.

It’s not all about well choreographed politics in this town – check out these underground destinations for live music in Washington to see where the real movers and shakers hang out. Just hop on a flight to Washington D.C. to discover the city’s best music … Continue reading

View from the Roof: Sky-High Bars in Washington D.C.

D.C. is full of parties working hard to come out on top, but visitors can skip the political drama and have a capital good time riding from opulent lobbies to exclusive venues overlooking the gorgeous city sights below. Take a trip to Washington and drink … Continue reading

Share a Bed with the President: Washington D.C.’s Most Exclusive Hotel Rooms

Most of the world’s top hotels have Presidential Suites, but here in Washington DC, the title really fits. Naturally, these properties were reluctant to share too much about their past guests, but we dug up the goods on which heads of state rested upon the … Continue reading