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Revolutionary War Tent Revealed at Tudor Place April 29

April 14, 2016

Stop by Tudor Place for Tudor Nights and see a sneak peek of Washington's Revolutionary War Tent on April 29 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm. 

Long before the White House, George Washington’s “Oval Office” was a humble camp tent on the battlefields of the Revolutionary War.  As part of the Tudor Place Bicentennial, we will welcome a beautiful reproduction of this historic structure to the South Lawn. At Tudor Nights, enjoy an exclusive sneak peek at the tent before its one-day public exhibition. Sip cocktails and enjoy hors d’oeuvres on the grounds while seeing up close how America’s future President slept, ate, and strategized with staff at critical moments of the war.

Presented in conjunction with the Museum of the American Revolution, which will open in spring 2017 with the original tent on display for the public. Tickets are free for Members or $20 for Non-Members.

This event is for ages 21+. In addition to tent and artifact viewing, admission includes hearty appetizers, soft drinks, two bar beverages and signature cocktail. To purchase tickets, click here.

Tudor Place is located at 1644 31st Street in Georgetown.


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Ramsey Lewis Live at Blues Alley

March 23, 2016

Ramsey Lewis will be performing live at Blues Alley April 7 through April 10, 2016.

Legendary American jazz composer, pianist and radio personality, Ramsey has recorded over 80 albums and has received seven gold records and three Grammy Awards so far in his career.

He has been an iconic leader in the contemporary jazz movement for over 50 years with an unforgettable sound and outgoing personality that has allowed him to cross over to the pop and R&B charts.

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1789, The Tombs and F. Scott's Will Close for Renovations

March 15, 2016

Three Georgetown restaurants of Clyde's Restaurant Group: The Tombs Restaurant and Bar, 1789 Restaurant and F. Scott’s will close from June 11 until Labor Day for renovations.

A multi-million dollar investment is planned, as reported by The Hoya, "to repair the property’s roof, improve the restaurants’ kitchens and install first-floor bathrooms in 1789. F. Scott’s will also be merged with 1789 and share its name.

Employees will be offered the chance to work at other Clyde’s locations, including Clyde’s of Georgetown, Old Ebbitt Grill and The Hamilton.

Georgetown University owns the property of The Tombs and is its landlord. Clyde’s Restaurant Group Director of Communications Molly Quigley said the organization has collaborated with the university in the renovations planning process."

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