The Anthem hosts prominent rockers and hot hip-hop stars in their acoustically optimized, 6,000-seat concert hall.
Maine Avenue Fish Market
Without the Maine Avenue Fish Market, there would be no Wharf. Crab- and oyster-stocked barges have been serving up fine seafood here since 1805.
The Wharf Boathouse
On Recreation Pier you can catch some rays in lounge chairs, take a seat at any of the outdoor desks or swoop back and forth on a architecturally designed swing sets. For even more adventure, head over to The Wharf Boathouse and rent a kayak or stand-up paddleboard to get out on the water.
The bustling launch pad of Transit Pier has plenty of fun and games. In summertime, the pier features a mini-golf course, which becomes a skating rink in winter. Grab a seat in the built-in steps of the pier and rock out to entertainment on the Floating Barge.
The Torch is DC’s take on a lighthouse, offering an official greeting to vessels slowly passing through the no-wake zone and pier-goers who crowd around The Torch and marvel at the 14-foot gas-powered flame.
DC’s famed indie bookstore is a cultural hub with a continual line up of author visits, book signings, and an on-site coffeehouse.