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|Monday to Thursday||10:00 AM to 11:00 PM|
|Friday to Saturday||10:00 AM to 01:00 AM|
|Sunday||09:00 AM to 10:00 PM|
A Georgetown fixture since the early 1930s, Martin's Tavern leans decisively towards the historical - rather than the trendy - aspect of this neighborhood. The former New York Giants baseball player William G. Martin opened this neighborhood pub in 1933. Today his grandson, Billy Martin runs the family business. Dark wood paneling and touches of hunter green make for an attractive interior. The menu features American and continental classics - steak and seafood as well as pasta served with marinara or alfredo sauces.
Chinese Disco, located on the spot of a Georgetown classic, George's is a lively local nightclub open Thursday to Saturday. Named after an infamous night spot of the 70's and 80's, the club pays homage to DC's nightlife scene of yesteryear. The club is especially good for a casual night out with friends and an evening of ear-pounding energy. Whether you're looking for an evening dancing the night away or just some casual fun, there are plenty of booths and tables to settle into for a drink or a bite. With DJ's spinning tracks out on the dance floor, its easy to have a good night of dancing and fun in the high energy atmosphere. The club is trendy with a nautical flair expressed through the bare wooden booths and pale wooden furniture, a divey edgy disco, this is not. The club also hosts private events like bachelorette parties on request. For additional details, visit the website.
Cosmopolitan does not even begin to describe the atmosphere at this Georgetown café. The cuisine at Cafe Milano is mainly northern Italian fare. The salads are a big sell. Individual pizzas are also popular. After dinner, the crowd spills out into the dining area, transforming the atmosphere of the cafe into a cocktail hour. So come by to wine and dine in true Italian style!
Take a break and enjoy light fare in this pretty, spacious café before returning to the chaos of the city's Georgetown district. The lunch menu, at the Peacock Cafe, contains a delightful medley of sandwich platters with famous names like the Sophia Loren—which is a warm brie and turkey sandwich on sourdough bread. Dinner offerings include soups, salads and chicken dishes with an extensive wine list to whet your palate.
The Sovereign is a classy Belgian bar and eatery. The place is known for its delectable Belgian dishes, featuring hints of Dutch and French style cooking. The chefs here don't hesitate to experiment with ingredients, which results in a dynamic inventive menu. You get to choose from a variety of regional dishes accompanied by traditional breads. To complement the delicious meals, the bar offers 300 draft beers and other alcoholic beverages. The place has a sophisticated old world charm to it, coupled with intimate interiors, making it perfect for your next dinning session.
This Georgetown establishment has been a favorite watering hole for a diverse mix of Washingtonians since it opened its doors in 1963. The brick walls are covered in a cloudy color and vintage model planes circle near the glass ceiling. With a menu that changes daily, Clyde's offers a large selection of fine food, including items such as T-bone steak, rotisserie chicken, mahi-mahi and barbecued ribs. Brunch includes old favorites: omelets, waffles, steak and eggs and is served on weekends.
This restaurant-pub, located in the heart of Georgetown, is a popular nightspot for Washington's young professionals. Patrons will find a popular oyster bar and a split-level dining area inside. J. Paul's decor is reminiscent of turn-of-the-century dining saloons. The antique bar originally served as a saloon in the Chicago stockyards. The kitchen offers a selection of salads, burgers, sandwiches and other standard pub fare. More elaborate entrees include steak, salmon, crab cakes and barbecued ribs.
This quintessential American barbecue joint located in Georgetown, boasts a decidedly Southern atmosphere and offers up classic smoked barbecued dishes that are sure to satisfy. While kids can enjoy items like the Macaroni & Cheese and the Cheeseburger, in this family friendly restaurant, those with larger appetites can go for the Meaty Mac or the Old Glory Combo with Pulled Pork, Chicken Thigh and Sliced Wet Brisket.