Potential Routes

 
 
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Biking

If biking ten miles in between book-browsing, coffee-sipping, and perhaps some beer-quaffing sounds like a good Saturday, check out the route to the left (or craft your own). Biking is an easy way to get to all the stores without worrying about parking. Plus it should be a beautiful day!


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Driving

Taking a car means that you’ll have space for all those awesome books you pick up along the way! Many of the stores have quite easy parking, but be aware that you may have to walk a few blocks to stores in busy areas (Adams Morgan, Dupont Circle, Georgetown).

You can choose from three different Politics & Prose locations and four different Busboys and Poets locations depending on what neighborhoods you want to hang out in and what is most convenient for you. To the left is one potential route.

 

Metro-ing

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Bridge Street Books

Just a ten minute walk from the Foggy Bottom Metro stop (Blue, Orange, and Silver lines). The Circulator, 30, 33, and 38 buses all stop within a couple of blocks of the shop.

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East City Bookshop

Just a few steps from the Orange, Blue, and Silver lines at the Eastern Market stop. Also convenient the 32, 26, 90, and 92 buses.

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Solid State

A short walk from the Union Station stop on the red line. Within blocks of the X2 and X9 buses and the H St Trolley (yay).

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Loyalty Bookstore

A short walk from the Georgia Ave-Petworth stop on the green line and steps from the 60, 62, 63, and 70 buses.

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Politics and Prose

For the main store on Connecticut Ave, you can use the M4, L1, and L2 buses. For the Union Market location, you can use the NOMA-Gallaudet U stop on the red line. For the Wharf location, you can use the L’Enfant Plaza stop on the green and yellow lines. (You only need to visit one location to get your Busboys and Poets stamp.)

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The Potter’s House

Jump on the 42, 52, or 54 buses or walk a few minutes from the Columbia Heights metro stop on the green and yellow lines.

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Busboys and Poets

Each of the four Busboys and Poets locations are metro accessible. (You only need to visit one to get your Busboys and Poets stamp.) For the 14th & V location, use the U St-African American Civil War Memorial stop on the green and yellow lines. For 450 K, use the Mt Vernon Sq-Convention Center stop on the green and yellow lines. For Brookland, use the Brookland-CUA stop on the red line. For Anacostia, use the Anacostia stop on the green and yellow lines.

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Kramerbooks & Afterwords

Kramers is at Dupont Circle so you can take the red line, walk a short way from the green and yellow lines, or take the D2, D6, the Circulator, or about a thousand other buses.

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Walls of Books

Just a few blocks from the Georgia Ave-Petworth metro stop. For buses, use 70, 79, H2, or H8.

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Capitol Hill Books

Just a few steps from the Orange, Blue, and Silver lines at the Eastern Market stop. Also convenient the 32, 26, 90, and 92 buses.