Penn Quarter and Chinatown is known for the surplus of museums and theaters. It can be spotted by the large Chinese archway near the metro station. From the Newseum to The Shakespeare Theater Company, the neighborhood is filled with culture and art. The Capital One Arena, formally known as the Verizon Center, hosts sporting games as well as musical entertainers. Penn Quarter and Chinatown’s proximity to the arena presents residents with a surplus of entertainment choices. In addition to the various places to visit, the neighborhood is also home to many delicious restaurants. Besides providing some of the best Chinese food in D.C., there are also many other food options. Dirty Habits is a hip, edgy restaurant with a courtyard space. Serving globally inspired American dishes, Dirty Habits is a popular yet pricey choice among residents. Rasika, a sophisticated restaurant serving modern Indian cuisine, is another delicious option. If none of these restaurants will satisfy a craving, locals can dine at NOPA Kitchen + Bar which serves American plates with a French Asian twist. For shopping, CityCenterDC is a popular place. The shopping center is between 9th and 11th street and full of high-end boutiques. Like aesthetes and foodies, coffee lovers will have no shortage of choices. From Dolcezza, located in CityCenterDC, to Chinatown Coffee Co., this area has many places to get your caffeine fix. This bustling neighborhood can be reached via the Gallery Place Chinatown Metro Station which carries the red, yellow, and green line.