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An extended Small Business Saturday promotion kicks off the season, followed by a Georgetown holiday window and streatery competition, and holiday gift guides.
The 7th annual light art exhibition, traditionally held every December, will move to an extended two-part series next year to ensure a safer and more comfortable visitor experience.
Virtual celebrations are weelcome, and restaurants and shops will be open.
In its 27th year, the promotional event will honor the spirit of Taste of Georgetown – with take-out, delivery & outdoor dining specials + shopping & service promotions in Georgetown.
The joint crowdfunding campaign supports Georgetown BID’s employee relief fund & Halcyon’s impact-based start-ups, today through #GivingTuesdayNow (May 5).
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Luxury Travel Magazine: Rosewood Washington, D.C. to Reopen November 23 with New Townhouse Accommodations
Rosewood Washington, D.C., the luxurious urban retreat located in the heart of Georgetown, will reopen on November 23, 2020 to unveil the hotel’s highly anticipated townhouse accommodations.
1789, the fine dining showpiece in Clyde’s Restaurant Group’s collection of restaurants, reopens next week in Georgetown after a lengthy absence during the COVID-19 crisis.
The only masks we want to see in Georgetown this Halloween are the ones that prevent the spread of COVID.
Next to an abandoned gas station and three blocks from Georgetown Cupcake are perhaps the most famous set of stairs in horror movie history.
Street parking in Georgetown is a hassle, and garage parking is expensive, but from now through Oct. 25, some Georgetown garages are offering deep discounts on all day parking for as little as $5.
The highly anticipated Taste of Georgetown, a three-week-long event full of fall shopping and locally prepared food, has been modified due to the coronavirus. The 2020 event has been coined Taste And Shop Georgetown and will run Oct. 5-25.