Enjoy a meal outdoors in Georgetown while still practicing social distancing.
The Georgetown BID worked with eight restaurants and DDOT to permit six initial outdoor “Streateries” throughout the commercial district – with several more to come in early August.
We’re also exploring temporary side-street closures, and sidewalk widening. Stay tuned for more, and check out our complete Phase Two: Seated Dining in Georgetown guide.
The Berliner (3401 Water Street)
Across the street from Georgetown Waterfront Park and several trails, The Berliner features German brats and beers, and an atmosphere that will make you forget you’re in DC. Prost!
L'Annexe (2917 M Street)
Georgetown’s library-themed cocktail bar is adding a new chapter, with a Streatery along M Street. Perfect for people-watching while enjoying drinks like Saved By the Bell and Peach Marigold Fizz.
31st Street South of M St (Il Canale, Ristorante Piccolo and Flavio)
That’s amore! The tucked-away block south of Blues Alley features seating for three Italian restaurants. Sit there long enough, and you can try something off every menu.
Susheria (3101 K Street)
There’s only one place to get Peruvian-Japanese cuisine in Georgetown. Order a few Instagrammable rolls while sitting across the street from Washington Harbour and Georgetown Waterfront Park,
Martin's Tavern (1265 Wisconsin Avenue)
Georgetown’s oldest tavern has seen it all in its 87 years, and 2020 is no exception. JFK may have proposed to Jackie at an interior booth, but it’s time to make some history outside.
Mr. Smith's (3205 K Street)
Georgetown’s long-standing piano bar may have changed its tune to the times, but it’s still serving customers. Grab a half-priced burger on Tuesday nights under the Whitehurst Freeway, or indulge in their Monday all-night happy hours.
Phase Two: Seated Dining in Georgetown
Georgetown restaurants are now open for indoor and outdoor dining under phase two of DC's reopening. Check out our list of what's currently open!
Phase Two: Recreation in Georgetown
Fitness studios, parks, libraries, museums, and other indoor activities are all permitted to open under Phase Two of DC's reopening. Check out what's open in Georgetown!
Phase Two: Shopping in Georgetown
Under Phase Two of DC's reopening, non-essential retailers are permitted to resume in-store service. Check out the Georgetown retailers now open!