40+ New Businesses Springing Up in Georgetown

April 18, 2024

Sponsored Content Take one look at the intersection of M & Wisconsin on any given day, and it’s clear that Georgetown is in for a busy spring. In the first […]

Wawa Shooting Rattles Georgetown

August 31, 2022

An apparently homeless and mentally disturbed man fired shots in and outside the Wawa convenience store at 1222 Wisconsin Ave. NW around 5:15 p.m. on Aug. 30. Metropolitan Police Officers […]

Georgetown Now a Direct-to-Consumer Hub 

June 15, 2022

The crowds are back. Pedestrians. Diners. Shoppers. Tourists. Students. The streets, once again, are packed.     And it’s a beautiful sight to see.   A quick look at our own “Biz Ins […]

Restaurateurs, Retailers Show Resilience

June 17, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic persists, Georgetown restaurateurs and retailers have met the twin challenges of the District’s Phase One reopening and property damage during the recent protests with a variety […]

Georgetown Cleans Up After Looting; Curfew Set at 7 p.m. (photos)

June 1, 2020

On Monday, June 1, Mayor Muriel Bowser set a new time for a citywide curfew: 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Also, Metropolitan Police Chief Peter Newsham said 88 arrests were made overnight.

Business Ins & Outs: Bagelry, Cafe, Chocolatier, Deck for Milano

June 24, 2019

Coming soon to Georgetown (pending some approvals) are: Call Your Mother, La Jolie Bleue, L.A. Burdick and Cafe Milano’s new deck.

Free Lecture

January 22, 2019

Come sharpen your DC history knowledge with this FREE lecture presented by our Curator, Grant Quertermous. Hear stories surrounding Peter family furniture, silver and household items made by local Georgetown […]

Modern Trousseau and Angolo Replace Hitched, Pier 2934

April 9, 2018

Revolving retailers and restaurants in Georgetown: one bridal shop takes another’s place on Wisconsin Avenue and Italian subs for Cajun on M Street.

Made in Georgetown, D.C. Celebrating — and Covering — Georgetown Businesses

October 11, 2017

By Robert Devaney and Selma Khenissi To boost businesses and neighborhoods, there are D.C. government programs like Main Street and Made in D.C. For Georgetown, such programs are most welcome. […]