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Its massive 6-ounce cookies are the stars of the show, with chocolate chip walnut, dark chocolate chocolate chip, dark chocolate peanut butter chip, and oatmeal raisin varieties, among others.
Reren Lamen & Bar serves fresh, hand-pulled noodles from its colorful 2nd floor restaurant.
Georgetown Second Saturdays will kick off this Saturday, September 12, with online, in-store and outdoor promotions, discounts and special offers at 15 Wisconsin Avenue small businesses.
The three-week long promotional event will return this Fall, with take-out, delivery and outdoor dining specials at Georgetown restaurants and streateries, paired with shopping and service promotions.
EastBanc is offering FREE all-day parking on weekdays at EastBanc's 3307 M Street lot with any Georgetown sales receipt, and $5 parking every weekend, now through Labor Day.
Join a panel of thought leaders, academics, and descendants on September 1 from 6:30 pm - 8 pm for a (virtual) conversation about race and racism in Georgetown.
Four Seasons has created ENO AZUR - a French Riviera pop-up featuring Chef Giannini’s favorite recipes from his native Côte d’Azur.
This summer's specials focus on family-style to-go meals, with many Georgetown restaurants participating.
Check out 11 locations where movies were filmed in Georgetown for a free, outdoor, socially distanced activity.
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