Mapping Georgetown: Martin’s Tavern

October 4, 2021

“Sometimes you want to go Where everybody knows your name And they’re always glad you came You want to be where you can see Our troubles are all the same […]

Joey Filosa (1956-2021)

September 16, 2021

When we first sought out a standard obituary on  Joey  Filosa, it could not be found. Turns out, the longtime Georgetowner was far more worthy of something beyond your standard newspaper obit. After a battle […]

Beloved Bartender Kevin Delaney Dies

August 19, 2021

Longtime bartender at Martin’s Tavern Kevin P. Delaney died this week. Born with the gift of gab and a heart of gold, Delaney “was an icon in the District,” said […]

Marilyn Butler’s Vision for ‘Mapping Georgetown’   

July 19, 2021

Imagine falling in love with your local town. Then, dedicating all of your creative efforts to cultivating and preserving its unique culture and heritage. Georgetown resident Marilyn Butler has done […]

Valentine’s Weekend Dining in Georgetown

February 11, 2021

After too many months of housebound togetherness, local restaurants are betting that couples are ready to dine out — or to splurge on take-home luxury.  

A New Tradition: Thanksgiving in Georgetown Restaurants

November 23, 2020

This year, diners can take a break from their kitchens and dining rooms and have Thanksgiving at an outdoor streatery or in “safe” indoor settings.

Weekly Arts Round Up, October 29, 2020

October 29, 2020

On Halloween night, the Choral Arts Society and Dumbarton Oaks will stream music performances. Head to Martin’s Tavern on Tuesday for an election-night watch party.

Georgetown News During the COVID-19 Constraints

July 11, 2020

Please send your coronavirus stories or comments to editorial@georgetowner.com. The Georgetowner will be updating this listing daily.

Streateries Open More Seats for Dining

July 9, 2020

In Georgetown, where a lot of places seem cramped to begin with, this is a welcome addition for restaurant owners, who have seen their legal occupancy rates halved.

Police Hold Street Meeting About Georgetown Looting

June 8, 2020

Second District Cmdr. Duncan Bedlion admitted that the police had failed to protect Georgetown businesses because their numbers were few and most were deployed elsewhere.