Dining in Georgetown

Inexpensive

  • The Tombs (1126 36th Street NW. A favorite gathering spot for Georgetown students and faculty. American fare.)
  • Booeymongers (3265 Prospect Street NW. Deli and sandwich shop in the heart of the Georgetown neighborhood.)
  • Pizzeria Paradiso (3282 M Street NW. Wood fired pizzas with inventive toppings. One of Zagat’s top five pizza places in D.C.)
  • Sweetgreen (3333 M Street NW. Fresh and healthy salad frozen yogurt shop. Opened by three Georgetown graduates in 2007.)
  • Good Stuff Eatery (3291 M Street NW. Features handcrafted burgers, fries, shakes and farm fresh salads made with the highest quality ingredients.)

Moderate

  • Luke’s Lobster (1211 Potomac Street NW. Lobster shack serving classic lobster, crab, and shrimp rolls. Opened in 2012 by a Georgetown graduate.)
  • J. Paul’s (3218 M Street NW. Popular DC watering hole known for burgers, crab cakes, and other American staples.)
  • Paolo’s (1303 Wisconsin Avenue NW. Features classic Italian pastas and pizzas in a lively environment.)
  • Martin’s Tavern (1264 Wisconsin Avenue NW. Historic DC restaurant serving pub classics. A favorite haunt of Washington politicos.)
  • Mai Thai (3251 Prospect Street NW. Known for its elegant cuisine and impeccable service.)

Expensive

  • 1789 (1226 36th Street NW. Seasonal American fare served in a charming Federal Townhouse. Named one of DC’s 100 Very Best Restaurants.)
  • Café Milano (3521 Prospect Street NW. Known for its elegant cuisine and impeccable service.)
  • Peacock Cafe (3251 Prospect Street NW. Contemporary American fare with charming outdoor sidewalk seating.)
  • Morton’s The Steakhouse (3521 Prospect Street NW. Well-regarded steakhouse known for high quality steak and an upscale atmosphere.)