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1226 36th St., NW With the ambiance of an elegant country inn, 1789 features classically based American cuisine – the finest regional game, fish and produce available. Open seven nights a week. Jackets suggested. Complimentary valet parking.


3000 K St., NW (One block from Georgetown AMC Loews Georgetown 14) Georgetown introduces Washington’s first “Dumpling Bar” featuring more than 12 varieties. Come and enjoy the new exotic Thai cuisine inspired by French cooking techniques. Bangkok Joe’s is upscale, colorful and refined. Absolutely the perfect place for lunch or dinner or just a private gathering.

(202) 965-1789

(202) 333-4422



3205 K St., NW A Georgetown tradition for over 40 years, this friendly neighborhood restaurant/saloon features fresh seafood, burgers, award-winning ribs and specialty salads & sandwiches. Daily lunch & dinner specials. Late night dining (until midnight Sun.-Thu., until 1 a.m. Fri.-Sat.) Champagne brunch served Sat. & Sun. until 4 p.m. Open Mon.-Thu. 11:30 a.m. - 2 a.m., Fri.-Sat. 11:30 a.m. - 3 a.m., Sun. 11 a.m. - 2 a.m. Kids’ menu available. Overlooking the new Georgetown Waterfront Park.

3236 M St., NW This animated tavern, in the heart of Georgetown, popularized saloon food and practically invented Sunday brunch. Clyde’s is the People’s Choice for bacon cheeseburgers, steaks, fresh seafood, grilled chicken salads, fresh pastas and desserts. (202) 333-2565

(202) 333-9180



3401 K St., NW

1264 Wisconsin Ave., NW

BISTRO FRANCAIS (202) 817-3340

Don't let the beer fool you, it's a compliment to your dining experience. See what Chef Martinez has cooking for the spring! Since 1933, the warm atmosphere of Martin’s Tavern has welcomed neighbors and world travelers looking for great food, service and years of history within its walls. Fourth generation owner Billy Martin, Jr. continues the tradition of Washington’s oldest family owned restaurant. (202)333-7370


1736 Wisconsin Ave., NW Come and see for yourself why Bistrot Lepic, with its classical, regional and contemporary cuisine, has been voted best bistro in D.C. by the Zagat Guide. And now with its Wine Bar, you can enjoy “appeteasers”, full bar service, complimentary wine tasting every Tuesday and a new Private Room. The regular menu is always available. Open every day. Lunch & Dinner. Now serving brunch Sat. and Sun. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Reservations suggested.

(202) 338-3830

(202) 333-0111

(202) 333-8830



I-Thai Restaurant and Sushi Bar offers a taste of authentic Thai cuisine and Thai noodle dishes, where quality is never compromised. Using only the freshest ingredients, each dish is carefully prepared by our talented house chefs. With their extensive knowledge and expertise they are able to transform each dish with the perfect blend of herbs and spices into a delightful experience with the boldest and most genuine flavors possible. Sun.-Thu. 11:30 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Fri.-Sat. 11:30 a.m.-11:00 p.m.

(202) 338-8800




DAS Ethiopian 1201 28th St., NW

DAS Ethiopian offers you a cozy two story setting, with rare outside dining views and al fresco patio dining. DAS is located at the eclectically brilliant historic corner of the internationally renowned shopping district of Georgetown. A tent under which all come to feast is the very Amharic definition of DAS. From neighborhood diners, nearby students and journalists to international visitors and performers, all enjoy the casual but refined atmosphere that serves up the freshest Ethiopian dishes from local and sustainable food sources.

(202) 333-4710


Malmaison opened in June 2013 and features elegant French dining in Washington D.C.’s historic Georgetown waterfront. Housed in a majestically refurbished industrial warehouse reminiscent of NYC’s Meatpacking district, the modern restaurant, pastry shop and event lounge features the culinary talents of legendary 2 Michelin-starred French Chef Gerard Pangaud and Pastry Chef Serge Torres (Le Cirque NYC).


3124-28 M St., NW A friendly French Bistro in the heart of historic Georgetown since 1975. Executive chef and owner Gerard Cabrol came to Washington, D.C. 32 years ago, bringing with him home recipes from southwestern France. Our specialties include our famous Poulet Bistro (tarragon rotisserie chicken), Minute steak Maitre d’Hotel (steak and pomme frites), Steak Tartare, freshly pre¬pared seafood, veal, lamb and duck dishes and the best Eggs Benedict in town. In addition to varying daily specials.

Overlooking the historic C&O Canal, we offer fresh seafood simply prepared in a relaxed atmosphere. Outdoor dinning available. Join us for Happy Hour Mon. - Fri. from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. featuring $1 oysters and half-priced drinks. Lunch: Mon.-Sat. 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Dinner: Mon.-Sat. 5 p.m.-10 p.m. COMPLIMENTARY VALET PARKING (202) 337-8855

1063 Wisconsin Ave., NW Filomena is a Georgetown landmark that has endured the test of time and is now celebrating 30 years. Our old-world cooking styles & recipes brought to America by the early Italian immigrants, alongside the culinary cutting edge creations of Italy’s foods of today, executed by our award winning Italian chef. Try our spectacular Lunch buffet on Fri. & Sat. or our Sunday Brunch, Open 7 days a week for lunch & dinner.

1624 Wisconsin Ave., NW Simply Banh Mi - Vietnamese Sandwiches and More! This family-owned deli features classic and modern banh mi sandwiches, fresh spring rolls, Vietnamese iced-coffee and more. Like delicious food and saving money? Mention this ad to get 10% off.

(202) 333-5726

1522 Wisconsin Ave., NW Captivating customers since 2003, Cafe Bonaparte has been dubbed the “quintessential” European café featuring award winning crepes & arguably the “best” coffee in D.C.! Other can't-miss attractions are the famous weekend brunch every Sat. and Sun. until 3 p.m. and our late night weekend hours serving sweet and savory crepes until 1 a.m. We look forward to calling you a “regular” soon!

3003 M St., NW

1201 F St., NW Ranked one of the most popular seafood restaurants in D.C., “this cosmopolitan” send-up of a vintage supper club that’s styled after a ‘40’s-era ocean liner is appointed with cherry wood and red leather booths, infused with a “clubby, old money” atmosphere. The menu showcases “intelligently” prepared fish dishes that “recall an earlier time of elegant” dining. What’s more, “nothing” is snobbish here. Lunch: Mon.-Fri. 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Dinner: Mon.-Thu. 5-10 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 5-11 p.m., Sun. 5-9 p.m.

Your Dining Guide to Washington DC’s Finest Restaurants


(202) 347-2277 GMG, INC. May 21, 2014


Georgetowner's May 21, 2014  

This issue features our annual swimsuit, Halcyon House Unveiling, and returning to Rehoboth Beach

Georgetowner's May 21, 2014  

This issue features our annual swimsuit, Halcyon House Unveiling, and returning to Rehoboth Beach