Join Tudor Place Artist-in-Residence Peter Waddell on Feb. 22 from 6:30 pm - 7:15 as he takes you on a virtual tour of his studio and offers a look behind the canvas to celebrate George Washington’s Birthday and Presidents Day.
Nearly 50 public bike racks are located throughout the commercial district. Use our new bike parking map to find the nearest one. You can zoom in, or move the map around to see all of the bike rack locations.
African Americans have lived, worked, and worshipped in Georgetown since its founding. Discriminatory public housing policies such as The Alley Dwelling Elimination Act and The Old Georgetown Act, as well as gentrification, largely pushed out much of the community from the 1930s to 1950s, but their history remains.
In addition to pizzas with names like Boom Boom Chicken, Drunken Goat, and Meaty Boy - and gluten-free and cauliflower crust options - the menu features cold cuts and hot subs, plus salads and breakfast sandwiches.
Book overnight accommodations at The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown now through Feb. 28 and receive a $60 breakfast credit, one bottle of Veuve Clicquot Champagne, chocolate-covered strawberries, and complimentary valet parking.
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