Nice cosy Shopping street in office town. Very expensive shops. Nice although astonishing few really surpizing and original shops.
I loved Georgetown,I finally find another place where I wouldnt mind living besides New York.It so charming,very energetic.I love winsconsin ave,the shops & I must say its probably the best food in the country so far...The streets are extremely beautiful,lots of character & people dress nicely.The men are gorgeous,tall...It's a great place to spoend time visiting the shops,best sweets(Paul,georgetown cupcakes=a... More
More or less a beautiful town that's been commercialized to death with lousy restaurants, overpriced shopping and a place where the kids want to appear hip. Tragedy to have lost the history but not surprising it's happening all over the country.
Loved Georgetown. Wish the weather was warmer. You could spend all day in the shops and restaurants. It's a must see town. Make sure you go to Georgetown Cupcakes for a treat. Dine at Marvin's Tavern and sit in the same booth JFK proposed to Jackie. Also don't forget to see the stairs from the movie the Exorcist.
Very charming with good shopping, restaurants. Plenty of shops, restaurants. Vibrant yet charming. Conveniently located to George Washington University.
I went to school at UM and worked in Georgetown for an interior designers last year. So many memories. It was great running around with my daughter on the canal. The foliage made it memorable for her. The scale is different now that I'm older, but it was nice perusing the local shops. You cannot miss the stair that was... More
Lots of bars, restaurants and life on the street. They have the DC cupcake shop there that, they have a show on TLC I think, however good luck getting inside because there's a long line of girls waiting to get some.. cakes.
Georgetown offers a quite different atmosphere compared to DC's National Mall complex. They area is great for shopping, restaurants, offers beautiful buildings and houses and has a lovely charm. Go to the waterfront and enjoy a drink in the sun. Definitely a must see and the long walk from foggy bottom is worth it!
I made a point of visiting Georgetown having read how it was a great area for shops and a must see part of the city. For a start it's so hard to get to, I was stopping at Du Pont circle but was told I'd need to take 2 buses, or get a cab, or walk for 30 mins. In... More
great place for young business professionals to go and shop. lots of stores and great places to eat at. i would recommend the waterfront area at night as well.
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