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Stepping through the doors of Ri Ra Georgetown is like teleporting to a pub in the heart of Ireland. Built in the style of 19th and 20th Century Irish pubs, Ri Ra Georgetown was constructed with salvaged material that was restored in and shipped from County Wicklow, Ireland. The care and thought that was put into the decoration of this cozy pub is evident when you walk in to the pub and are met with dark wood-paneled walls, unique antiques, beautiful Irish fixtures. Order a pint at the large Victorian bar, which comes from a pub in Summer Hill, Dublin, and settle into one of the low-lit corners of the pub. Be sure to explore the Whiskey Room upstairs, which offers one of the most extensive selections of Irish whiskey in the United States.
This Georgetown institution continues to give German cuisine a good name. It is worth the trip just to witness Old Europe restaurant's lively interior décor, complete with moose antlers and hanging model ships. The beer selection invites experimentation—try the raspberry wheat brew. It is difficult to find a better wurst or Wiener schnitzel anywhere in the city. For those who come armed with a healthy appetite and a sense of humor, this restaurant never fails to satisfy.
Nestled among Georgetown's fancy restaurants, this small establishment serves up inexpensive Mediterranean dishes with individual portions large enough for two. Only two tables fit inside the tight space here. A small counter is available. On good-weather days, take food to benches along the nearby C&O Canal. Everything is made fresh, including the super thick Pita Bread at Moby Dick House Of Kabob. Gyros are packed with meat, onions, lettuce, tomato and feta cheese. Kabobs are usually served on a plate with rice. Juices and soft drinks are also available. There are additional locations in Bethesda, Crystal City, McLean, and Fairfax.
Head over to Breadsoda for cold beer, tasty sandwiches, and a whole lot of bar games. From pool to shuffle board, Breadsoda has something for everyone. The bar has developed a 70s-era billiards bar theme that is both fun and cozy. While there is plenty of beer on draught, patrons can also sip on wine or cocktails made at the full bar. Food ranges from simple - but delicious - grilled cheese, to charcuterie plates piled high with fancy cured meats.