Head to Georgetown and hit the street. Then eat on it.
The Georgetown BID has worked with over 30 restaurants and DDOT to permit outdoor “Streateries” at nearly 25 locations throughout the commercial district.
We also recently built 3,400 linear feet of sidewalk deck panels on M Street between 34th Street and 29th Street, and on Wisconsin Avenue between Q Street and the Canal. The Georgetown Decks provide a more welcoming experience for outdoor Streatery dining, and create more space for pedestrians to safely and comfortably walk through Georgetown.
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!
1310 Kitchen & Bar (1310 Wisconsin Ave)
Chef Jenn Crovato offers elevated American fare & craft cocktails, served in a refined yet casual setting with an upbeat vibe.
Clyde's Georgetown (3236 M Street)
An institution on M Street, Clyde’s offers American classics like crab cakes, filet mignon and bbq baby back ribs – with a view of Georgetown’s most iconic intersection.
Lutèce & The George Town Club (1522 Wisconsin Avenue)
A reboot of the Georgetown French bistro Café Bonaparte, Lutèce is helmed by Chef Matt Conroy, who hails from a New York City Michelin-starred restaurant. The neo-bistro’s menu changes frequently, inspired by a more casual Parisian restaurant atmosphere.
Sharing the streatery, nearby The George Town Club is offering family-style to-go meals for its members.
City Sliders (1529 Wisconsin Avenue)
For a more casual vibe, City Sliders has every kind of slider imaginable – from a BLT, to Korean pork belly.
George's King of Falafel (1205 28th St)
Sandwiches, shawarma, Mediterranean platters & Middle Eastern cuisine are the stars at George’s, with a tropical Streatery that feels like a surprising escape just off of M Street.
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.
Bodega / Haagen-Dazs (3116 M Street)
For authentic Spanish tapas and wine, head to the heart of the Iberian Peninsula – in Georgetown. There’s a lot to choose from, but don’t miss Bodega’s paella.
Afterward, travel a few tables down for a Haagen-Dazs ice cream night cap. Fans of the 1980s punk scene will recognize this as the location where musicians Henry Rollins and Ian MacKaye worked early in their careers.
Martin's Tavern (1264 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.
Good Stuff Eatery & Georgetown Piano Bar (3291 M Street)
You can’t go wrong with a burger-fries-shake combo from Good Stuff Eatery, or a pint and tavern classic from Georgetown Piano Bar.
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.
Pizzeria Paradiso (3282 M Street)
Did you ever think you’d get to say you ate dinner *IN* M Street? Indulge in one of Pizzeria Paradiso’s handmade Neopolitan pies, and wash it down with a pint from their extensive beer menu.
El Centro (1218 Wisconsin Avenue)
With a view of Georgetown’s most iconic corner, cheers a margarita or hand-crafted cocktail from one of El Centro’s over 100 tequilas and agave-based spirits – plus a full menu of enchiladas, tacos, fajitas, and all the guac.
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,
Los Cuates & La Jolie Bleue (1564 Wisconsin Avenue)
Located in charming Book Hill, on upper Wisconsin Avenue, Los Cuates offers all your favorite Mexican dishes, plus seafood specials and margaritas.
Sharing the streatery space, La Jolie Bleue is a family-owned Mediterranean cafe that began on the Farmers Market scene – featuring all-day brunch, fresh-pressed juice and handmade pastries.
Cafe Georgetown (3141 N Street)
Known for its unique seasonal lattes and exquisite latte art, Cafe Georgetown offers coffee, baked good, pastries, light fare, and wine.
Georgetown Social (2920 M Street)
Opened in 2020, this new Middle Eastern bistro and hookah lounge offers affordable Pide (Turkish flat bread), Saj (crunchy rolled thin bread), dips and more, plus Happy Hour drink specials.
Thunder Burger & Laduree (3056 M Street)
Georgetown’s Rock-themed burger spot offers draft beers and customizable burgers. Music venues may be closed right now, but you can still request Sweet Caroline and Freebird…right to your plate.
For dessert, treat yourself to a macaron (or five) from world-renowned Laduree.
Angolo (2934 M Street)
The restaurant, bar, and coffee roastery sits on a historic corner of Georgetown, specializing in Italian dishes.
Patisserie Poupon (1645 Wisconsin Avenue)
This charming Book Hill bakery has been a Georgetown institution for over 20 years and offers some of the best French treats in the city – from macarons, to croissants, tarts, cookies, and signature cakes – plus savory quiche.
Compass Coffee (1351 Wisconsin Avenue)
Coffee under Georgetown’s iconic old theater sign? Not a bad way to get caffeinated! Try one of Compass Coffee’s local roasts in the heart of Georgetown’s small business corridor.
Mason's Famous Lobster Rolls (1078 Wisconsin Avenue)
Serving lobster straight from the waters of Maine, Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls offers a Classic roll served chilled with mayor and lemon butter – the kind you’d get on a road trip to New England in the 1930s – or the rival Connecticut, served warm and tossed with butter. Shrimp rolls, lobster bisque, clam chowder, potato salad, and lobster mac and cheese are other menu favorites.
Phase Two: Dining in Georgetown
Georgetown restaurants are open for outdoor dining, plus reduced-capacity indoor dining, take-out and delivery.
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!