Washington DC Malls & Shopping Centers
The Shops at Georgetown Park is at the intersection of Wisconsin and M Streets, N.W. <br> From Dulles Airport - Take the Toll Road, Route 267 to Route 66 East. Exit at the Rosslyn/Key Bridge exit (Exit #73). At the third light make a left onto North Lynn Street, this will take you across the bridge. Make a right on M Street. Clyde's is located 2 1/2 blocks from this point, on the right-hand side of the street.
Ranked as one of Washington's top eight attractions, The Old Post Office Pavilion is equally a part of its vibrant present and a living legend of its storied past. The downtown showcase of the District's revitalized Pennsylvania Avenue, The Pavilion offers three levels of fun with a distinctly Capital "F." Mouth-watering international cuisine... sophisticated shopping... relaxation with a jazzy piano or a string quartet. At Ticketplace, you can even purchase same-day, half-price tickets for performances at the Kennedy Center as well as other local theaters. Centrally located on America's Main Street at 12th Street, The Old Post Office Pavilion is midway between the White House and the U.S. Capitol... convenient to Washington's top hotels, the national monuments, the Convention Center, and the MCI Center. It is easily accessible from the Metrorail at the Federal Triangle or Metro Center stations.
Directions.<br BY CAR: Mazza Gallerie is easily accessible from Virginia or Maryland via the Capital Beltway (I-495) to the Wisconsin Avenue exits (Route 355) South. <br> BY METRO: Mazza Gallerie is located directly over the metropolitan area's only four-portal Metro station on Metro's Red Line at Friendship Heights. Visitors can enjoy shopping via pedestrian walkways from the Red Line Metro station. Mazza Gallerie is a short Metro ride from some of Washington's favorite attractions.
"Think you know all there is to know about "Wisconsin and Western?" Think again! Here in the heart of Chevy Chase, you'll find The Pavilion—a remarkable cultural/shopping/dining experience that's full of delightful surprises. Meander through the open studios, where you can watch artists at work—pick up a painting or a unique piece of pottery. Sip a cappuccino in the sun-filled atrium to the refrain of an impromptu jazz concert. Shop for the latest fashions, or purchase classic pieces to round out your collection. Grab a quick, healthy snack to fuel your day at The Pavilion or linger over a gourmet meal."