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Sculpture Garden Pavilion Cafe
Outdoor sculpture located on the National Mall near the Archives and Natural History Museums. Have a picnic on the lawn, or head down on Friday evenings 5-8:30 for live jazz (weather permitting, May-August).
Jazz in the Garden. Every Friday in the summer, the Sculpture Garden at the National Gallery of Art is flooded with great jazz from 5:30-8:30pm. Pick a day with nice weather, show up after work, and grab a couple drinks to get your weekend started properly.
Jazz in the Garden. Every Friday in the summer, the Sculpture Garden at the National Gallery of Art is flooded with great jazz from 5:30-8:30 pm. Pick a day with nice weather, show up after work, and grab a couple drinks to get your weekend started properly.
Best place to take a break and grab food along mall. Located in the Sculpture Garden, prices are reasonable, and there is free jazz on Friday evenings during summer. Very conveniently located, and seating is generally available.
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