3236 M St. NW, Washington, DC | 202-333-9180 | American Cuisine
Clyde’s of Georgetown is the original. Opened in 1963 in Washington’s most fashionable neighborhood, Clyde’s was an immediate sensation.
The concept was simple and sound, and new for the historic neighborhood: an updated American saloon where good food and good drink, at good value, with good company, was a good bet. Clyde’s drew a crowd from all walks of life and quickly became a local legend. The late-afternoon appetizer menu inspired the 1976 hit, Afternoon Delight, and the gold record hangs at Clyde’s today.
The long oak bar, plank flooring, original oil paintings, and the popular Back Bar with its vintage railroad posters evoke “the good life” of a bygone era and established the patina and style that has become Clyde’s distinctive signature.
3205 K St. NW, Washington, DC | 202-333-2565 | American
Chadwicks opened in Georgetown in 1967 since then they are committed to serving great American food at prices you can afford every day. they use the freshest ingredients available – from their seafood, beef and chicken to their salads, vegetables and desserts. And they still have one of the best burgers in town. They are committed to providing friendly, efficient service in a fun, comfortable atmosphere. If they don’t achieve these goals, please tell them – they will do whatever is necessary to make it right. And if they do achieve them please tell them that too, or, better yet – tell your friends.
1721 Wisconsin Ave., Washington, DC | 202-342-7100 | Mediterranean
Enjoy a taste of Morocco with a sprinkle of the Mediterranean at the Casbah Café. Their traditional spice and slow cooking methods combine for the rich tastes of chicken and lamb tajeen. Curried shrimp and stews such as Seafood de Fruite de Mere, a saffron stew of mussels, shrimp and white fish with ginger, tomatoes and carrots or De Laa Lamb, grilled lamb chops with dates, mint and orange sauce celebrate the aromatic flavors of the region. Pita sandwiches, leafy salads, couscous, hummus and other Middle Eastern staples are also served. Sweeten your taste buds with dessert, a choice of canoli pastry, chocolate mousse cake, yaya almond cake or white chocolate raspberry cheesecake.
2233 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, DC | 202-333-7445
Eat. Drink and Play only at Breadsoda
You’ll feel right at home in their no-frills, 70’s-style billiards bar nestled below Wisconsin Ave. Whether you fancy a meal, a delicious beer, or a game of pool or shuffleboard – They have something for everyone.
2800 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC | 202-944-2026 | Modern American Fare
Have you eaten at BOURBON STEAK yet?
Award-winning chef and restaurateur Michael Mina brings his signature cooking style and unique culinary vision to BOURBON STEAK. Taking its cues from Mina’s stunning Las Vegas steakhouse, Stripsteak at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, this extraordinary Washington DC Georgetown steak and seafood restaurant showcases modern American fare with a focus on corn-fed, all-natural meats and line-caught seafood available both locally and worldwide. Guests can look forward to a decadent and mouthwatering DC steak dining experience rich in seasonal ingredients, as well as Mina’s renowned butter-poached meat, poultry, and classic seafood dishes.
3265 Prospect St. NW, Washington, DC | 202-333-4810 | Delicatessen
Booeymonger deli/sandwich shop with the strange name will brighten anyone’s day with its snazzy selection of specialty sandwiches, such as the The Georgetowner, Gatsby Arrow and the Scheherazade. Or create your own with a whole array of your favorite fresh fixings. They are open 7 days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner!
3124-28 M St. NW, Washington, DC | 202-338-3830 | French Cuisine
With vintage posters smiling down upon cozy, warm woods and crisp white tablecloths, Bistro Français offer a relaxing French atmosphere with excellent cuisine to match. Located in the heart of historic Georgetown, the restaurant consistently offers authentic dishes that are sure to please every palate. Whether you are gathering for a relaxed weekend brunch, a celebratory dinner, or a late-night snack, Bistro Français serves genuine cuisine at moderate prices. Executive chef and owner Gerard Cabrol came to Washington D.C., bringing with him home recipes from southwestern France. Today he makes sure that his specialties are as consistent as they were when he opened the restaurant in 1975. These recipes of authentic French cuisine have made Bistro Français an institution in Washington, D.C. and has won the restaurant a few awards along the way.
Their specialties include our famous Poulet Bistro (tarragon rotisserie chicken); Minute steak Maitre d’Hotel (steak & pommes frites); freshly prepared seafood, veal, lamb, and duck dishes; and the best Eggs Benedict in town. In addition to varying daily specials, their homemade French pastries are made fresh every day by the chef. What great French restaurant would be without a great wine selection. their extensive wine offering allows you to travel through various regions of France as well as America. Wine Spectator consistently applauds Bistro Français for its comprehensive collection of wines; the restaurant has received an “Award of Excellence” every year for the past 12 years. If you’re a night owl, Bistro Français is the perfect place to grab a late meal. From lighter fare, like fresh salads and sandwiches, to a three-course meal, the restaurant offers a full menu every night until 3 a.m., and 4 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.