Several restaurant license applications are on the agenda for tonight’s meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E, along with a new sidewalk cafe for the King of Falafel.
The hall at Visitation School was standing room only Feb. 26, and the commission devoted over an hour to two proposals by Commissioners Jim Wilcox and Peter Murphy.
The top 10 favorite places to dine and shop in Georgetown, based on Georgetowners’ responses to the survey, included seven eateries, the Apple store and two clothing stores.
Among other agenda items, a good deal of discussion of Georgetown parking issues is anticipated at tonight’s meeting.
On tonight’s ANC agenda, a presentation about the C&O Canal master plan by Alison Greenberg, executive director of Georgetown Heritage, and Kevin Brandt, superintendent of the C&O Canal National Historical Park.
Two matters took up most of the special one-hour meeting of the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission on Wednesday, Aug. 9.
As the D.C. area dives into August, all of us look forward to taking our summer vacations, either to the beach or to somewhere else beyond the Beltway. The District […]
This week’s meeting of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission, which does not normally meet on a Wednesday or in August, also has an early start time: 5 p.m.