Try The Classic served chilled with mayor and lemon butter - the kind of roll you'd get on a road trip to New England in the 1930s - or opt for the rival Connecticut, served warm and tossed with butter.
The campaign highlights the neighborhood’s transformation as DC reopens, and its unexpected people, places, and things - part of
the BID’s economic recovery plan to bring visitors back to a stronger Georgetown than before the pandemic.
Head to Georgetown Waterfront Park around 2:45 pm on June 12 for Paint (with Fruity Pebbles) the Potomac Colorful - a loud and colorful boat celebration passing through the area with - yes - dancing unicorns.
The Weight of A Rainbow - one of five Georgetown GLOW outdoor light art installations on display through June 27 - consists of suspended rainbow lights that illuminate the Georgetown Park Plaza alleyway. As you approach the artwork, a collective a cappella choir of eight LGBTQ+ voices tell their stories through accompanied song.
Starr, of Le Diplomate and St. Anselm fame, is negotiating to partner with California chef and baker Nancy Silverton for a casual "festival of food” with pastas and a hearth in the middle to bake bread and pizzas.
byGeorge is a weekly blog produced by the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) that profiles the unique and diverse business owners, employees, office workers, residents, students, locals and tourists who shape DC’s oldest neighborhood.