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Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week Jan. 13-19

January 5, 2020

Recently named Bloomberg's "Most Exciting Food City in America", as well as named the coolest city in America, Bon Appetit's 2016 Restaurant City of YearZagat's Hottest Food City of 2016, PLUS earning it's very own Michelin Guide, DC is known for its restaurants. 

Experience 250 of them in your neighborhood and across our DMV region with 3-course lunches for $22, 3-course dinners for $35 or if you love a good brunch, check it a new spot or your fav for $22 during Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week from January 13 through 19.

 

Check out participating Georgetown restaurants here.


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Lberté For All!

November 17, 2019

The champagne flowed freely as Georgetowners came out in seasonal style to welcome Brasserie Liberté to the neighborhood. 

(Photo by: Judith Beermann)

Friday evening's pre-opening bash was a joyous affair as friends mingled, enjoying beef sliders, beet crostini, chocolate pot de creme, and profiteroles.

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Leslie and Paul Maysak (Photo by: Judith Beermann) Leslie and Paul Maysak

What a way to kick off the holidays!

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Brooke Tunstall (Photo by: Judith Beermann) Brooke Tunstall

Merci beacoup, Brasserie Liberté!

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Joe Sternlieb (Photo by: Judith Beermann) Joe Sternlieb
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(Photo by: Judith Beermann)


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David Roll on George Marshall Nov. 14

November 4, 2019

On November 14, 2019 Georgetown Village will host a talk by renowned author David L. Roll, who will speak about his latest book, George Marshall: The Defender of the Republic. 

David Roll (Photo by: David Roll) David Roll

 

David, who is Senior Council at the Washington DC-based international law firm Steptoe & Johnson LLP and a long-time resident of Georgetown, is interested in the history of the Roosevelt-Truman years. His latest book is a profile of George C. Marshall (1880-1959), the five-star General of the Army who served as FDR’s chief of staff during WWII and as both secretary of state and secretary of defense for President Truman.  Marshall stood out for his integrity, judgment, and ability to build bipartisan support for the relief bill for post-WWII Europe that would later be known as the Marshall Plan.

This event will be held in the Chapel at St John’s Church, 3240 O Street in Georgetown with reception at 6:00 pm and his talk starting at 6:30pm.  Call to reserve your place 202.999.8988 or lynn@georgetown-village.org. 

 

This event is free and open to the public.


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