Join Washington Harbour on Thursday, August 31 from 6 pm - 8 pm to get a jump start on your Labor Day weekend and catch Pebble to Pearl, a punk rock and top 40 ensemble that's performing as part of a summer concert series.
Established in 1989, the full-service art gallery and custom framing shop specializes in original works on paper by contemporary and modern artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Alex Katz, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Joan Miro, Marc Chagall, and many others.
Seventeen Georgetown restaurants are participating in RAMW's Summer Restaurant Week, Monday, August 28 - Sunday, September 3. Three-course brunch and lunch options are available for $25, with dinner menus for either $40 or $55, depending on the offerings.
Ashley Lucas, founder of Abundantly Ashley, will guide you through a 45-minute gentle yoga flow and a 15-minute guided meditation, accompanied by healing crystal sound bowls and the gentle, cleansing fragrances of sage and palo santo.
Head to 3200 K St NW from 5 pm - 9 pm, where a DJ will spin a mix of music, from salsa to bachata. You can drop in at any time, but join from 6 pm - 7 pm if you'd like to be there for the dance instruction.
Washington City Paper released its Best of DC 2023 results, and many of our Georgetown businesses and events were awarded first place in various categories, including: Blues Alley (Best Jazz / Blues Venue), Capital Fringe Festival (Best Theater Festival), Agape Family Chiropractic (Best Chiropractor), Casabella Salon (Best Mani/Pedi & Best Nail Technician), Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC (Best Hotel), Baked & Wired (Best Cupcake), Falafel Inc (Best Falafel), George's King of Falafel and Cheesesteak (Best Late Night Eats), sweetgreen (Best Salad), and South Block (Best Yogurt / Smoothie).
YELLOW Georgetown (1524 Wisconsin Ave NW) is expanding its daytime cafe with a "(not) pizza" evening concept - a sourdough celebration of Levantine flavors, fired in their wood-burning oven on Tuesdays - Saturdays from 4 pm - 9 pm.
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