Stop by Cady's Alley (3320 Cady's Alley NW) to check out CANOPIES, the first of three new installations transforming Georgetown's alleys during Summer GLOW - the Georgetown BID's free public light art experience that is the second in a two-part series this year.
The boat is 80 feet long and 12 feet wide, and has two electric motors - or can be pulled by mules. It's modeled after designs for historic packet boats that were used on the canal during its early years of service.
AMA AMI, a DC-based food service that makes Edomae style sushi, chirashi bowls (a freeform Japanese dish featuring favorite sushi ingredients), and turtle-shaped cream puffs, is opening a Georgetown pop-up at Grace Street Collective (3210 Grace St NW) every Wednesday through August 18 from 12:30 pm - 8 pm.
The Georgetown Decks installation is now complete, providing a more welcoming experience for outdoor dining, and creating more space for pedestrians to safely and comfortably walk through Georgetown - or sit and stay for awhile.
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.
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