The Alex Craft Cocktail Cellar & Speakeasy at The Graham Georgetown is TEMPORARILY CLOSED

To our neighbors, guests and friends thank you for your loyalty and support, you are in our hearts and minds.

In response to the growing risk of the COVID-19 Coronavirus and to encourage social distancing to help stop its spread, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close our Speakeasy, the Alex, as well as the hotel.

We will keep you posted as this situation evolves and look forward to welcoming you back soon, as only the Graham can.  If you have an upcoming reservation at one of our restaurants, our team will be in touch to reschedule, or feel free to contact us directly.

Thank you for your understanding and please be safe!

In-room dining at our D.C. boutique hotel is also temporarily suspended.

Business Hours: 

TEMPORARILY CLOSED

 

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If your inquiry is regarding catering and events at The Alex as well as The Graham Rooftop, please contact our Catering office at info@thegrahamgeorgetown.com.

The Alex has a unique aesthetic, a flashback to Victorian life. Cuddle up with that special someone, sip craft cocktail concoctions and dine on regional favorites from small plates to three-course dinners.

** Please note the Alex is a 21 and over venue. All guests must be prepared to provide a valid US drivers license or valid passport to gain entry. International drivers licenses are not recognized as a valid form of ID for entry to the Alex or the Rooftop.

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OPERATING HOURS
TEMPORARILY CLOSED 

In-room dining at our D.C. boutique hotel is also temporarily suspended.

UPCOMING EVENTS

TEMPORARILY CLOSED 

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In-room dining at our D.C. boutique hotel is available during normal breakfast and dinner hours of operation.

Photo Gallery

  • Bartender works behind the bar, carefully pouring liquor into a jigger
  • Closeup of frozen cocktail served in a tall glass with mint, bottles of liquor visible in the background.
  • Bartender listens to a request from behind a busy bar as other patrons carry on animated conversations.
  • Closeup of bar top with jigger and shaker next to small bottles.
  • Closeup of young bartender wearing an apron, pouring liquor into a jigger as a woman stands in the background.
  • Closeup of cocktail in a wide glass, as bartender tands out of focus in the background
  • Bartender carefully preparing a drink for woman as she looks on intentently while he holds a bar spoon
  • Bartender at cocktail cellar mixes a drink with a bar spoon
  • Closeup of drink with ice and lemon peel, with knife in front of the glass and a partly peeled lemon in the background
  • Entrance stairs to The Alex Craft Cocktail Cellar in D.C. with drawings on the wall and antique lamps on each stair step
  • Bar at The Alex Craft Coctail Cellar with stainless steel topped bar and stools, as the main dining area with fireplace is visible in the background
  • The Alex Craft Cocktail Cellar's fully stocked bar with polished countertop and fruits in bowls
  • Georgetown bar's fully stocked bar with polished countertop and fruits in bowls
  • The Graham Hotel's fully stocked bar with polished countertop and fruits in bowls
  • Tray of six deviled eggs with dill, chives, and smoked trout roe
  • Closeup of bathtub gin and tonic, served in a miniature porcelain clawfoot bathtub, next to a lemon and a glass.
  • Closeup of decanter with liquor, streamers on the bottle, next to a whiskey glass that's being uncovered from a crystal shroud
  • Roasted meat in a small pot with potatoes
  • Cheese and charcuterie platter with cured meats, imported cheeses, stone ground mustard, preserves, toasted bread, cornichons, and crackers.
  • Chai Garam cocktail at The Alex Cellar, made with Buffalo Trace bourbon, coconut milk infused with a hand-picked chai Blend, and house infused coffee liqueur.