Getting to the Ball
The Sequoia Restaurant is located
in the Georgetown Harbour at 3000 K Street, NW in Washington, DC.
There are three entrances to the Sequoia: front entrance off K Street
and through the parking garage.
3000 K Street, NW
Washington D.C. 20007
Take Metro (Foggy Bottom Stop)
NOTE: Please take time to click on this link (and check it often) for more information and transportation issues and ideas for the best way to reach the district for the Inauguration and our Ball.
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- From I-295 (Maryland)
Take the New York Avenue exit and follow New York Avenue. After
passing N. Capitol, stay in the middle lane. Continue on New
York Avenue until 3 lanes veer to the right onto L Street. Stay
in the left lane. Follow L Street to 9th Street. Make a left
on 9th and stay in the right lane. Take the 2nd right onto K
Street and follow 3000 K Street.
- From I-395 (DC-VA)
Take the Maine Avenue exit and go straight through all lights.
Pass the Washington Monument. Maine Avenue turns into Constitution
Avenue. Follow under the Memorial Bridge, then follow the signs
to the Kennedy Center. Pass the Kennedy Center and take the K
Street exit (2nd right off the ramp). DO NOT TAKE WHITEHURST
- From I-495 (No. Va, Key Bridge, GW Parkway)
Take 495 to the GW Parkway. Take right off ramp at the Key Bridge
Exit. Cross Key Bridge. Bridge ends at M Street. Turn right on
M Street. Turn right onto Wisconsin Avenue which dead ends on
K Street. Turn Left on K Street and follow to 3000 K Street on
- From Memorial Bridge
Cross Memorial Bridge and loop around to the right - following
signs for the Kennedy Center. Pass the Kennedy Center and make
the first right onto the ramp after Virginia Avenue. AT top of
the exit ramp, turn right onto K Street (Under Whitehurst Freeway).
- From 14th Street Bridge
Follow 14th Street north to K Street. Turn Left on K Street. Follow
K Street to 3000 K Street on the left.
- From I-270 (Gaithersburg/Rockville)
Take 270 to 495 toward Northern Virginia. Get off at the George
Washington Parkway, and follow for about 9-10 miles to the Key
Bridge. Cross Key Bridge into Georgetown, and turn right onto
M Street. Turn right on Wisconsin Avenue which dead ends on K
Street. Turn Left on K Street and follow to 3000 K Street on
- From MacArthur Boulevard
Follow MacArthur Boulevard to Reservoir Road and follow Reservoir
Road to Wisconsin Avenue. Turn Right on Wisconsin Avenue. Turn
Right on Wisconsin Avenue which dead ends on K Street. Turn Left
on K Street and follow to 3000 K Street on the right.
- From Wisconsin Avenue
Take Wisconsin Avenue and cross over M Street. Wisconsin Avenue
dead ends on K Street. Turn Left on K Street and follow to 3000
K Street on the right.
- From Connecticut Avenue
Get on the Rock Creek Parkway south, and follow to the Georgetown
exit to K Street. Follow K Street to 3000 K Street (Under Whitehurst
The entrance to the garage
(Colonial Parking) is off of K Street, near 30th Street. The garage
is directly below the restaurant. Guests should park on the P2 level,
near the elevator marked "Sequoia",
which goes directly into the restaurant. (There are signs directing
cars through the garage to this area). We will have coat check
available in the garage itself (as well as in our coat room, on
Coat check will be available upon entering the Sequoia. There will
also be a coat check in the Sequoia parking garage for those driving
to the Ball. If you drive - PLEASE use the coat check in the parking
The Clean Fuels Foundation is honored to once again
serve as the organizing host for what should be our most exciting
event yet. This event will help us create a mutually beneficial opportunity
to continue to advance critically important environmental and sustainable
energy issues. We have already received support from some of our
past Congressional and Host Committee members, and some very special
guests and VIPs.
Douglas Durante, VIP/Honorary Committee Liason
Sheri Lausin, Event Coordinator
Jan Hartke, Clinton Climate Initiative
Bill Holmberg, American Council For Renewable Energy
Scott Sklarr, the Stella Group
Carol Werner, Energy & Environment Study Institute
John Topping, The Climate Institute