Capitol Hill, the center of Washington D.C., is the backbone of the nation. Colorful row houses, brick houses, and condominium complexes provide residents with various architectural styles of homes. There is certainly not a shortage of government and historical buildings to see, but the area is also rich with restaurants and attractions. Cava Mezze is a Greek tapas restaurant with a global wine list and chic space. Amber is another popular restaurant serving small plate Balkan dishes. Rose’s Luxury is a converted townhouse, serving American food and offering a cozy, eclectic atmosphere. Between enjoying a picnic at the Bartholdi Fountain, strolling in the United States Botanic Garden, browsing through the variety of produce, crafts, and antiques in Eastern Market, locals are surrounded by a surplus of activities. Capitol Hill is also known for the Robert F. Kennedy Stadium, home to the D.C. sports team as well as various events. This neighborhood can be reached via the metro — both the Capitol South and Eastern Market Metro Stations transport the orange, silver, and blue lines.