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Under Phase Two of DC's reopening, many Georgetown businesses are reopening for indoor and outdoor seated dining, in-store shopping, recreation, personal services, and more!
Georgetown has four new murals as part of the citywide 51st statehood advocacy murals project (#MuralsDC51), with artwork up in every ward.
This week WJLA interviewed Wendell Allsbrook, the owner of recently opened Georgetown Butcher. Today, this Black-owned business is receiving support from around the world.
In celebration of Father's Day this Sunday, June 21, several Georgetown restaurants are offering specials.
Nearly 20 Georgetown restaurants and food establishments are now open for outdoor dining under Phase One of DC's reopening.
The Georgetown BID is distributing masks, hand sanitizer, and cleaning supplies that the Mayor’s office purchased to help businesses that will be reopening under Phase 1.
Businesses can visit georgetowndc.com/reopen for Phase 1 reopening guidance, an overview of the four phases, and what you need to know before moving forward.
Memorial Day weekend and graduation celebrations won't look the same this year, but you can still celebrate with one of our Georgetown restaurants.
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