This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from The St. Regis Washington, D.C., the legendary & historic hotel just two blocks from the White House. We'll be taking an expanded look at the exploding food scene in the nation's capital. Next month the hotel opens Alhambra, a restaurant featuring modern Mediterranean cuisine using fresh local ingredients and partnering with local purveyors including Boulangerie Christophe, a local baker from the south of France. Roxanne Roberts from the Washington Post discusses how being in the D.C. area means having a front row seat to history. Giulia Adelfio, from The Library of Congress, shares secrets (and the accessibility) of one of America's real treasures. Anna Spiegel, Food Editor at Washingtonian Magazine, speaks about how the hotel food scene has changed, along with some of her new favorite gastronomic destinations in D.C. Joseph Mattioli, the General Manager of the St. Regis, shares some of the history of the hotel and his definition of hospitality—and let's not forget the new brunch approach. There’s all of this and more when Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from The St. Regis in Washington, D.C.