Explore the C&O Canal Towpath, whether you’re running, biking, or just taking a leisurely stroll, the canal is a lovely change of pace from the crowded M Street sidewalks.
Treat yourself to some pampering! From the Four Seasons Spa up to Nectar on Book Hill, the neighborhood is chock full of spas and salons.
Georgetown is one of the few neighborhoods in Washington that can be reached by water. Take an American River Taxi from the Wharf (Southwest Waterfront) or Yards Park/Nationals Stadium (Capitol Riverfront) for a fun, relaxing way to travel.
Whiskey connoisseurs, rejoice! Ri Ra’s new M Street location offers the Washington area’s largest selection of whiskey. Even the bar and furnishings were imported from Ireland.
Paddle the Potomac! Key Bridge Boathouse is the place to go to rent kayaks, canoes, or take a paddling lesson. For the adventurous fitness fanatics, try the stand-up paddleboard yoga or fitness classes.
Dine on fabulous Mediterranean seafood with a view of the Potomac River at the recently opened Fiola Mare in the Washington Harbour.
Rest a while in Georgetown Waterfront Park, whether you’re relaxing in the grass or having a zen moment on the labyrinth.
Go retro and browse the vinyl at Hill & Dale, DC’s newest record store.
Visit Georgetown’s Book Hill section for gallery-hopping (a guide is here) and antiques.
Enjoy a healthy salad from at local chain SweetGreen’s original M Street shop. Don’t forget to grab some SweetFlow frozen yogurt for dessert!
Visit Georgetown’s (and DC’s) oldest standing structure – the Old Stone House – and see what life was like for the earliest Georgetown residents.
Take afternoon tea at Georgetown’s adorable new tea room, Lady Camellia.
Rent a bike from Big Wheel Bikes and tour the neighborhood on two wheels.
Spruce up your house for spring from the amazing designers in Cady’s Alley.
Eat and play at Pinstripes – where else can you celebrate that strike with a glass of wine?
Tone up and improve your posture at a Barre3 class.
Avoid the evening rush hour and spend happy hour outside at Washington Harbour.
Wander the side streets and take in the architecture dating back as early as the 1700s.