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The springtime open-air market will feature sidewalk sales from 35+ small businesses, food, strolling performers, and music.
Five commissioned works will be on display during the Georgetown BID’s annual free outdoor public light art experience, returning during the holiday season for the first time since 2019; also to feature walking tours, a silent disco, and more ‘Merriment in Georgetown’ programming.
The two-month seasonal celebration expands for its eighth edition, with public light art installations throughout the commercial district.
Presented by the Georgetown BID, this year’s weekly “Fan Favorites” series is back after a two-year hiatus.
What everyone else is saying about DC’s oldest neighborhood.
At Lutèce in Georgetown, this visionary pastry chef’s culture-blurring creations are more than meets the eye.
It will be the newest outpost for a fast-casual chain from the Michelin-starred chef.
Martin’s Tavern, the oldest family-owned and operated restaurant in D.C., marks its 90th anniversary this month, and will bring back dishes from its original 1933 menu for a few days, along with the original prices.
Washington Business Journal: Martin’s Tavern is Turning 90. Billy Martin Has Some Stories to Share — And He Wants Yours.
Established in 1933, the tavern at 1264 Wisconsin Ave. NW will host a private, by-invitation party next month to mark its 90th anniversary. It has put out a call to customers to share their favorite memories, with entries to be complied in a digital scrapbook to be displayed at the establishment.
Georgetown is the hottest market with very few retail opportunities left.
Founders fresh out of the university’s entrepreneurship program and Halcyon continue to stay in the area while new founders pick up leases, making it in-demand for office space. We asked experts whether that can be replicated elsewhere.