Saatva Neighborhood Spotlight: Washington, DC’s Logan Circle

Logan Circle in Washington, DC, is a trendy neighborhood known for its Victorian homes, hip eateries, and home decor stores. Saatva has opened a new retail location in the area, and there are many other shops, restaurants, and hotels worth exploring on 14th St.

Arguably the chicest neighborhood in Washington, DC, Logan Circle is known for Victorian homes, hip eateries, and home decor stores to die for-including Saatva’s newest retail location.

Popular amongst young families and fun-loving professionals, whether you live around the corner or are traveling for work or pleasure, 14th St is well worth exploring.

“14th St is really a mecca of culture,” says Jay Monchais, Viewing Room Manager of Saatva Washington DC. “There are so many design and furniture stores up and down the street as well as small boutique shops you can pop into and have a great conversation with different people and hear their stories.”

So grab a lavender-infused iced latte, pick out your new Saatva mattress, and peruse the area’s best shops, restaurants, and hotels.

Where to shop

Saatva Viewing Room

The brand-new Saatva Viewing Room is a delight for the senses with its sprawling blend of calming tones, aromatic scents, and cutting-edge technology. Spread out over two levels, the immersive bedroom and mattress displays make it a breeze to pick out the best mattress you’ve ever owned and have it shipped anywhere in the country.

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Saatva Washington DC: 1714 14th St NW

Salt & Sundry

Displaying artisan goods from over 200 independent craftspeople, many of them women, Salt & Sundry is the ultimate gift destination. You won’t leave this boutique empty-handed, from organic soaps to handblown glass water pitchers and basically everything in between.

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Salt & Sundry: 1625 14th St NW

lou lou

The husband and wife duo behind lou lou have been running their boutiques from nearby Virginia since 2004. At their U Street location, you can shop stylish clothing, scarves, and jewelry for yourself or the fashion fiend in your life.

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lou lou: 1802 14th St NW


Housed inside a historic Logan Circle building, Shinola specializes in high-end watches and leather goods expertly crafted in Detroit. So whether you’re looking for a smart new timepiece or a new leather wallet, Shinola has got the goods.

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Shinola: 1631 14th St NW

Miss Pixie’s

It’s easy to get lost in the rows of antiques bursting with charm at this beloved vintage home goods store. Visit on Wednesdays when the new shipments of ceramics, bookshelves, artwork, farm tables, and more come in from auction.

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Miss Pixie’s: 1626 14th St NW

Where to eat and drink

Barcelona Wine Bar

A taste of Spain in Barcelona-we’ll Salut! to that. This Mediterranean tapas spot serves a dizzying number of small plates, including the classic patatas bravas and bacon-wrapped dates. Their extensive meat and cheese selection paired with a standout wine list and a spot next to their outdoor fireplace make for the perfect evening out.

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Barcelona Wine Bar: 1622 14th St NW

Doi Moi

Vietnamese street food is having a moment, and lucky for us, Doi Moi knows how to make a mean bánh mì. Try it all, from their spring rolls to their Bò lúc lắc, also known as shaking beef. After the check, head downstairs to the bar for signature cocktails and a second round of the bao buns you fell in love with at dinner.

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Doi Moi: 1800 14th St NW

Le Diplomate

A Logan Circle mainstay, Le Diplomate, has been serving upscale steak frites and escargot for over 15 years. An ode to a traditional Parisian brasserie, reservations are a must to snag one of the hottest tables in town.

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Le Diplomate: 1601 14th Street, NW

Compass Rose

Diners at Compass Rose travel the world from this renovated row house off 14th St. The menu features traditional dishes from across the globe, including vegetable gyoza from Japan, lamb curry from Jamaica, and roasted baby carrots from Syria. Opt for their Tour of The World set menu and visit multiple continents in one night.

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Compass Rose: 1346 T St NW

Sette Osteria

Handmade pasta and Neapolitan pizzas are the specialties at this Sette Osteria location. Their outdoor patio is a great place for people-watching on busy 14th St. And on the weekends, their bottomless mimosas make it a favorite amongst the locals.

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Sette Osteria: 1634 14th St NW

Where to stay

Viceroy Washington DC

After a busy day of shopping, eating, and drinking your way around Logan Circle, rest easy at the Viceroy Washington DC. This boutique hotel has eclectic art throughout with a fantastic new patio and rooftop bar for surveying the neighborhood. Their spacious rooms are decked out in plush bedding, marble-outfitted bathrooms, and vibrant pops of green.

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Viceroy Washington DC: 1430 Rhode Island Ave NW

Check out our additional travel guides for advice on how to spend the day near our other Viewing Rooms:

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