Who knew a single restaurant and saloon in Georgetown would begin a tradition nearly fifty years in the making and create a concept as unique as the neighborhoods it inhabits. Clyde's introduced Washington to Sunday brunch, has served farm-raised produce for decades and continues to redefine American cuisine for a loyal audience of locals and visitors from around the world.
Nestled between the bustle of Georgetown's commercial corridor, numerous historical landmarks, embassies, and a prestigious university campus, 1789 is a landmark tucked behind the facade of a renovated Federal townhouse. Behind its unassuming exterior, you'll find six inviting dining rooms and a progressive menu of palate-tempting American creations.
OLD EBBITT GRILL
What started as a boarding house with a guest list that reads like a Who's Who of American History, the Old Ebbitt became and remains one of Washington's favorite and most successful saloons. Insiders, loyal locals, and visitors from around the globe continue to flock to this legendary stand-around bar and restaurant for the company, the museum quality collection of memorabilia and art, and above all, a menu that reflects the best of American cuisine.
Wander down Prospect Street's cobblestone sidewalk towards Georgetown University's main campus to find this colorful rathskeller and an inviting menu of classics including burgers, fresh salads, and homemade soups and desserts. Whether it's a seat at the storied bar or a cozy fireside table, The Tombs is where students, faculty, and neighbors go to catch up and unwind.
No longer just a city for politics, Washington, DC is a magnet for entertainment and legendary performances. With a personality split between music and memorable dining, The Hamilton is where talent, tastemakers, and true fans enjoy great talent both on stage and on the menu. This is where sushi, charcuterie, and seasonal and regional American fare are served with a side of incredible entertainment.