• Georgetown Piano Bar

    The ultimate vision for Georgetown Piano Bar is to create an environment that is enveloping and inviting while simultaneously being a place where people feel enlivened by the music. The bar is organized to revolve around this unequivocal centerpiece, the glossy cherry red piano.

  • Roofer’s Union

    In the heart of Adams Morgan, Roofers Union offers classic American fare as envisioned by Executive Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley and an inspired bar program. Three levels provide a spacious, comfortable place to gather with friends or neighbors for any occasion. The cozy and relaxed first level includes a cocktail centric Read more [...]

  • The Tombs

    Situated on the edge of Georgetown University’s campus, The Tombs is a neighborhood restaurant by day and a popular gathering place for Georgetown students by night. Along with 1789 and F. Scott’s, The Tombs rounds out a trio of restaurants built in a Federal-style townhouse dating from the mid-1800s. When Read more [...]

  • Bangkok Joe’s

    Our much beloved Dumpling Bar returns to DC in a dramatic new setting and with an expanded selection of hand-crafted delicacies. Chef Aulie goes back to her Thai roots with a new menu featuring customer favorites as well as authentic, more traditional Thai ingredients and flavors.

  • Morton’s

    Tucked away in Washington’s historic Georgetown neighborhood, Morton’s sits at the crossroads of luxurious shopping and vibrant nightlife. The dining room brims with diplomats, socialites and some of Washington’s finest, who line the walls in timeless black and white photos. Visitors from around the world stay at Georgetown’s countless luxury Read more [...]

  • J Paul’s

    J.Paul’s is Washington’s quintessential turn of the century Iconic American Dining Saloon. Located in the heart of Georgetown, J.Paul’s sits in an iconic historical building over 100 years old and has now been one of D.C.’s most popular watering holes for over 30 years.