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NEW IN GEORGETOWN
What's new in Georgetown? A lot, actually! Georgetown may be DC's oldest neighborhood, but it continues to attract new retail, restaurants and office tenants every month.
+ Outdoor Voices (3025 M St) - The activewear shop includes the brand's first-ever Rec Room inside the Georgetown location. Designed to feel like an old-school YMCA, the room invites visitors to borrow tennis rackets, soccer balls, basketballs, and roller skates for FREE! Just come in, leave your keys in a secured pink locker, and borrow whatever your heart desires.
+ Reverie (3210 Grace St) - One of the most anticipated DC restaurant openings in 2018, Reverie will be helmed by Johnny Spero, former Head Chef of Jose Andres' Minibar.
+ Neopol Savory Smokery (3210 Grace St) - This local producer of artisanal smoked salmon and gourmet foods will be the newest food addition to the Grace Street Collective.
+ Aritzia (3210 M St) - This innovative design house and fashion boutique develops their own brands, treating each as an independent label with its own vision and aesthetic. As a group, they’re defined by considered design, exceptional quality and a relevant point of view. Aritzia believes in beautifully made clothes and beautifully made experiences — for every woman.
+ Dyllan's Raw Bar + Grill (1054 31st St) - This modern take on a raw bar has one of the best restaurant views in DC, overlooking the C&O Canal.
+ Guapo's (3050 K St) - This family owned restaurant is a go-to spot in the DMV for fresh Mexican dishes.
+ Roots (3259 M St NW) - The Canadian-based retailer sells apparel, leather goods, footwear and accessories for men, women and children.
+ Dough Jar (1332 Wisconsin Ave) – DC’s first raw cookie dough operation has menu of more than 10 flavors of cookie dough scooped into cups and cones, plus ice cream sundaes.
+ 90 Second Pizza (1077 Wisconsin Ave NW) – Fast-casual pizzeria featuring traditional Neopolitan pizza, baked in a specially crafted oven made of volcanic lava stone from Vesuvio, Italy - in just 90 seconds!
+ The Wine Outlet (3210 Grace St) - Your neighborhood source for the best wine, beer and gourmet food.
+ America Eats Tavern (3139 M St) – From famed chef José Andrés, America Eats Tavern made its return to DC in early June. Featuring José’s twist on American classics, the menu highlights local meats, seafood, wines, cheeses, beers and other products from the mid-Atlantic region, as well as a selection of barbeque offerings.
+ Rapha Cycling (3210 Grace St NW) - Dubbed the ‘world’s finest cycling clothing,’ this elevated bike shop also boasts a Clubhouse café that offers coffee, snacks and light meals, and hosts organized group rides, panel discussions, workshops, and racing watch parties.
+ Sugar Lab (3279 M St NW) – This innovative gelato and dessert shop is the research institute for happiness. The mission is to create never-before-seen desserts with unique flavors for a sweet experience.
+ Church (1070 Wisconsin Ave) - The eatery and taproom serves casual food, cocktails and beer, with a space to hang out, drink Vigilante coffee and hold meetings. The space is filled with old church pews, mantles and fireplaces, truly making it one of a kind in the neighborhood.
+ Bluestone Lane (1066 Wisconsin Ave) - Influenced from the renowned coffee culture hub of Melbourne Australia, where premium coffee is a way of life, Bluestone Lane aims to make everyone feel like a local.
+ Amazon Books (3040 M St) - The first in this chain of retail bookstores opened in Seattle in 2015, and has been expanding nationwide ever since.
+ South Moon Under (1065 Wisconsin Ave) - What began as a small surf shack in Ocean City, Maryland in the summer of 1968 has since evolved into an upscale casual shopping destination inspired by beach life.
+ Insomnia Cookies (3204 O St) - Founded in a college dorm room in 2003 at the University of Pennsylvania, Insomnia has since specialized in delivering warm, delicious cookies right to the doors of individuals and companies alike – until 3 am! Cookies, brownies, cookie cakes, ice cream, and even cold milk -- they'll have it.
+ Georgetown Barbershop Company (3279 M St) - The M Street addition prides itself on bringing back the old-style barbershop, complete with hot towels and straight razors.
+ Brandy Melville (3307 M St) - The hip retailer sells trendy fashions & accessories aimed at young women.
+ Kendra Scott (3307 M St) - With retail stores nationwide, Kendra Scott offers fine and fashion jewelry, beauty, home decor, and decorative items and accessories.
+ Oki Bowl Ramen (1608 Wisconsin Ave) - The quirky noodle house serves ramen & sake bombs in a space packed with various lights & curios.
+ Wawa (1222 Wisconsin Ave) - This elevated convenience store has a cult-like following among fans of its hoagies, breakfast sandwiches, and more.
+ Say Cheese (1132 29th St) - It's going to be a grilled cheese-focused eatery, which no one seems to be complaining about.
+ Capital One Cafe (3150 M St) - Get your banking done while recharging your devices and grabbing a quick coffee and snack.
+ Cafe Georgetown (3141 N St) - Coffee is a cultural icon across the globe, bringing communities together and creating a nucleus for social activity. It's this idea of community that the café intends to bring to Georgetown--serving La Colombe coffee, wine, pastries, and a place for gathering.
+ Reren Lamen and Bar (1037 Wisconsin Ave) - Healthy, authentic Asian dishes use locally sourced produce with no extra additives. Many of their products, from noodles to dumplings, are made right in the restaurant--drawing from culinary influences from Thailand, to Japan and all parts of China.
+ Mono Diner (1424 Wisconsin Ave) - Open 24 hours a day, Mono will offer all the classics on Wisconsin Avenue.
+ Bandoola Bowl (1069 Wisconsin Ave) - Southeast Asian salads, coming to Georgetown in fall 2018.