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For in-city living, many people include Georgetown in their list of possible neighborhoods. For others, Georgetown is the only place to live. Gracious townhomes and historic mansions sit on quiet, tree-lined streets near Potomac waterfront parks.
Georgetown is home to many of the city's politicians and lobbyists. It is unquestionably one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Washington. Numerous embassies make their home here including those of France, Mongolia, Sweden, Thailand, and Ukraine. Many Georgetown Trophy Homes feature gracious private gardens and lush retreats.
Just Beyond Your Georgetown Doorstep
M Street and Wisconsin Avenue are the lifelines of Georgetown with upscale shops, bars, restaurants and cafes offering every kind of cuisine imaginable.
You’ll find everything from jeans to couture in shops including: Annie Creamcheese, Sangaree and Sherman Pickey, Madewell, Anthropologie, Lululemon Athletica, Relish and BCBG.
M Street offers a tempting array of high-end home and design choices including Waterworks, Anne Sacks, Baker and Random Harvest. Antique stores and galleries abound along Wisconsin Avenue. The waterfront shines by day with recreational activities and comes ablaze at night.
Recent addition to the Georgetown dining scene, Fiola Mare is the new star of our good friends, Fabio and Maria Trabocchi. Fiola Mare’s fresh, pristine seafood prepared with elegant simplicity is praised and prized throughout the Capital Region and beyond. Don’t be surprised to spot Michelle Obama, White House adviser Valerie Jarrett, former British prime minister Tony Blair, and Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler at their favorite tables.
For entertaining at home and everyday dinners, order prepared foods and ingredients at Griffin Market and Dean & DeLuca. Going out? Consider dining in your Georgetown neighborhood at 1789, Citronelle, Cafe Milano, Bistro Francais, Bourbon Steak, Martin’s Tavern and Clyde’s. More casual spots include Booeymonger and Five Guys. After dark, there’s the classic M Street jazz and supper club, Blues Alley.
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