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11 commissioned works will be on display during the Georgetown BID’s annual free outdoor public light art experience, also to feature GLOW promotions throughout the commercial district, A Book Hill Holiday event, walking tours and more.
More than 30 retail shops and restaurants to offer in-store promotions + $50 golden ticket giveaway for five lucky shoppers.
The two-day scheduled event invites interior designers, design enthusiasts and shoppers alike to visit 11 participating design and home furnishings stores for a host of design events—plus a collective Fall Cocktail Crawl Nov. 7 from 5-8 pm.
More than 20 boutiques, cafés, salons and galleries are offering special promotions, live music, fall treats and more at the Georgetown Fall Market, October 4-5 in the charming Book Hill area of Georgetown.
Over 80 stores, restaurants, galleries and hotels across the commercial district are participating in the courtesy program aimed at improving the visitor experience and inviting customers to shop Georgetown—rain or sun.
What everyone else is saying about DC’s oldest neighborhood.
Baby Jack is in training to become the official school mascot.
Food critic Tom Sietsema finds falafel nirvana at this acclaimed New York shop that opened an outpost in Georgetown.
Taim, NYC’s beloved Israeli-style falafel shop, has expanded beyond Manhattan with a sixth location in Georgetown (1065 Wisconsin Ave., NW). It’s now Washingtonian’s new favorite lunch spot!
Washington Business Journal: Sneak Preview of Brasserie Liberté, Which Replaces Morton’s in Georgetown
Brasserie Liberté will officially open Nov. 15 for lunch and dinner in Georgetown.
Eight months and about 200 adopted kittens later, the Kitten Lounge says it will remain open indefinitely, and Crumbs & Whiskers will remain at its original location a few blocks away.
The climatic fall of Father Karras, who tumbled down stone steps in The Exorcist, was filmed on 36th and Prospect Streets in Georgetown.