Welcome to Brookland

A part of America's "Little Rome," get to know why this neighborhood stands out with its rich heritage and its modern commercial charm. As it is close to the center of the Capital and a Metro Station, Brookland is a go-to area for shopping, dining, and leisure.

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About the neighborhood

Along with its surrounding neighborhoods, Brookland is sometimes called "Little Rome," alluding to some of this neighborhood's Catholic heritage attractions. Population during its establishment was of European descent, so it takes pride of community diversity that gives Brookland meaningful vibrancy. This neighborhood sits close to the Brookland/CUA Metrorail Station and has a prominently Art Deco-inspired vibe. Talk about fashionable and flourishing!

Must Visit Spots in Town!

Brookland Pint - Catch the Happy Hour and grab a pint (or two or more)

Franciscan Monastery Garden - Garden Park beside the magnificent Catholic monastery

Busboys and Poets - Community Gathering place for those who love the company of positive and woke people

Brookland Production House + Tasting Room - Tasting of Quality Ale that commission Food Trucks every Saturday

Alice's Jazz and Cultural Society - Nonprofit Jazz and Culture hub that stage shows and offer wholesome dining

San Antonio Bar & Grill - choice Tex-Mex restaurant with Happy Hour and open until later in the evening

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Some Quick Facts on Brookland

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(from City-Data.com)

1.859 sq. miles


(from City-Data.com)

Ward 5


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