With Streateries Added, Outdoor Dining Thrives in Georgetown

Georgetown restaurants have embraced outdoor dining in a big way — with the pandemic-inspired streateries popping up next to vehicular traffic on M, N and K Streets, as well as on Wisconsin Avenue. The following eateries’ open-air seating areas, with social distancing in effect, are well worth dropping by. And new ones continue to be added.

The Berliner — 3401 K (Water) St. NW

L’Annex — 2917 M St. NW

Clyde’s Restaurant — 3236 M St. NW

Lutece and The George Town Club — 1522 Wisconsin Ave. NW

Il Canale, Ristorante Piccolo and Flavio — 31st Street NW, south of M Street

Susheria — 3101 K (Water) St. NW

Martin’s Tavern — 1264 Wisconsin Ave. NW

Pizza Paradiso — 3282 M St. NW

Officina — 1525 Wisconsin Ave. NW

L.A. Burdick — 1319 Wisconsin Ave. NW

Los Cuates and La Jolie Bleue — 1564 Wisconsin Ave. NW

Cafe Georgetown — 3141 N St. NW

Mr. Smith’s — 3205 K (Water) St. NW

Good Stuff Eatery and Georgetown Piano — 3291 M St. NW

Bodega and Haagen-Dazs — 3116 M St. NW

Thunder Burger — 3056 M St. NW

George’s King of Falafel — 1205 28th St. NW

El Centro — 1218 Wisconsin Ave. NW

The following restaurants also have an outside area, but are not necessarily streateries: Cafe Milano, Peacock Cafe and Brasserie Liberté, all on Prospect Street; Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place, Nick’s Riverside Grill, Farmers Fishers Bakers and Guapo’s, all at Washington Harbour; La Chaumiere and Taj of India, both on M Street near 28th; and the new Eno Azur at the Four Seasons.


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