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Kelly and Ethan's Wedding
"Shops and restaurants on M street and Wisconsin street. Walk down to the waterfront, too."
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"If you like shopping, eating out, and walking around, Georgetown is a great hangout. Oh, and the "Exorcist" steps was filmed here."
Alexandria Wedding In May
"A great place for shopping, dinner or nightlife."
Washington Wedding In May
"This is DC's version of SOHO. Great shops, tons of restaurants and lots to see. A great outing during the day and only minutes from the hotel by taxi."
Kim and Justin's Wedding
"Shopping, restaurants, bars, spas/salons, movie theater, a nice walking path along the Potomac River, and Georgetown University."
Andrew and Erika's Wedding
"Discover boutique shopping, entertainment and dining options in a historical setting. Situated in Northwest Washington along the Potomac River, Georgetown was once frequented by President George Washington. It was established in 1632. Be sure to visit the Old Stone House, the oldest standing building in Washington, built in 1765."
Pamela and Scott's Wedding
"Shop til you drop in this fun and chic neighborhood in DC. Take a break and grab a bite along M Street, where you'll have many options to choose from."
Washington Wedding In October
"You will find lots of bars, restaurants, and nightlife here."
Chevy Chase Md Wedding In October
"Historic homes, restaurants, and great shopping"
Theona and Gary's Wedding
"Georgetown is a neighborhood located in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C., along the Potomac River waterfront. Founded in 1751,"
Washington Wedding In July
"Great restaurants and shopping. There is also a movie theater if the kids get bored."
Jennifer and Scott's Wedding
"This neighborhood is best known for it's high-end shops, bars, and restaurants. It is a great area to stroll around during the day or venture out to for a nice night on the town."
Lindsay and Rob's Wedding
"Have a great time walking through Georgetown and enjoy dinner at Filomena, Clyde's or JP Pauls. You can also get to the waterfront where there are a couple of restaurants - Sequoia and Tony & Joes."
Karen and David's Wedding
"Georgetown is often pigeonholed as quaint, slightly stodgy, old-school DC, with its cobblestone streets, multi-million dollar 18th- and 19th-century row houses, and the Gothic architecture of Georgetown University. Recent exploration uncovers a new face of Georgetown. You"
Washington Dc Wedding In May
"Georgetown is an enclave of historic buildings, many that date back to the early 18th century. Its steep, leafy, brick lined residential streets are home to many prominent political figures, as well as the occasional student of Georgetown University which lies on a hill overlooking the Potomac River. The junction of M Street and Wisconsin Avenue is the heart of Georgetown's commercial life, with many shops and restaurants. You can also walk down towards the water, and walk along the historic C & O (Chesapeake & Ohio) canal towpath as well as the banks of the Potomac River."
Amy & Richard's Wedding
"Shopping and nightlife."
Washington Wedding In September
"Fun restaurant and bar area ~15 minute walk from Foggy Bottom-GWU metro exit (orange and blue lines)"
Jamie and John's Wedding
"The intersection of M Street and Wisconsin Avenue represents the heart of Georgetown. Check out our old college neighborhood for some great food, music, and dancing!"
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