Stop by the Georgetown restaurant that's been in business for more than 30 years for Nowruz classics, including a green herb rice with fish dish.
Visit the four locations on the map to view eight large-scale photographs – each with an interactive prompt, allowing the viewer to hear the story behind the image from their phone.
Founded in Georgetown in 2004 by design visionary Deb Waterman Johns, SCOUT is a casual lifestyle brand that combines fashion and fun. Designed by women for women, their products make it easy to contain, organize, and stylishly carry all the stuff you need day-to-day.
More than 15 small businesses on upper Wisconsin Avenue are participating by decorating their storefronts with pink and cherry blossom-themed decorations and offering special promotions - from 50% off jewelry, to cherry blossom cocktails and kids' crafts.
Originally established in 1783 by clockmaker John Suter, The Fountain Inn was one of the most important taverns in American history - where Thomas Jefferson drank, George Washington slept, and city plans were made.
The Georgetown BID sponsors a “pit stop” in Georgetown Waterfront Park where commuters can enjoy complimentary refreshments and bicycle-themed giveaways.
Known for its chocolate chip cookies and Instagrammable interior, Maman also features breakfast items, soups, salads, quiches, sandwiches, and coffee and tea.
This week Georgetown Butcher (3210 Grace St NW) was finally able to *properly* celebrate its grand opening after first welcoming customers in March 2020 - just two days before a global pandemic was declared.
L'Annexe reopened this week at 2917 M St NW, featuring a refreshed menu with new drinks and dishes. Cocktails include La Lune du Sour (whiskey, chartreuse, lemongrass, ginger, passionfruit, lemon, and egg white), Wild Margarita Chapter Two (Reposado tequila, cinnamon, pear, triple sec, and lime), and Ballerina's Nail Gun (parsnip-infused gin, Montenegro Amaro, Vecchio Amaro del Capo, Fernet, golden raisin, apricots, saffron, and orange bitters).
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.