H Street is actually composed of a series of disjointed roads running West to East from Washington's Northwest to Northeast quadrants. It begins in Foggy Bottom near George Washington University and terminates at Starburst Intersection Plaza, a junction in Northeast where six roads meet. Historically, it was one of Washington's first areas to be developed for commercial use. H Street was the site of several theaters including Apollo Theatre, which was later striped down, and an Art Deco venue now known as Atlas Performing Arts Center. It also featured a theater for experiential drama groups and continues to be the site of several concert venues, bars, clubs and restaurants. Tourists and locals alike can embark on heritage trails to learn about the street's historic and present-day significance as a vibrant place for music and nightlife.