Georgetown restaurants run the table from white-tablecloth refinement to cuisine-spanning creativity, providing a taste to please every palate. The Graham Georgetown, located just steps from the neighborhood’s main artery — M Street — offers easy access to the best dining northwest DC has to offer.
The Graham’s Recommended Georgetown Restaurants
Serving authentic Italian cuisine and Washington DC’s best thin crust gourmet pizza, il Canale offers a full range of Southern Italian cuisine featuring Neopolitan style pizzas prepared in an authentic wood-fired oven. It’s where Italians go to eat Italian.
Chez Billy Sud is a neighborhood French restaurant situated in the heart of Georgetown. Executive Chef Brendan L’Etoile’s menu showcases the cuisine of Southern France. Chez Billy Sud offers handcrafted cocktails and a French-focused wine list in an inviting atmosphere, steeped in history and conviviality.
Farmers Fishers Bakers is a farmer-owned sustainable restaurant in Georgetown that serves made-from-scratch food & delicious hand-crafted drinks. Their American menu offers an extensive and diverse selection of farmhouse and regionally inspired dishes for lunch, dinner, or weekend brunch. The menus have been designed for comfortable, eat-what-you-want-at-your-pace dining, where friends are welcome, and group sharing is encouraged.
Upscale bakery with Parisian origins, specializing in French macarons in a number of flavors. Ladurée swung open its ornate doors to Georgetowners in May of 2017, revealing an authentic slice of Paris with no passport required.
Since owner Franco Nuschese blazed onto the DC dining scene over twenty years ago, Cafe Milano has been a power center for diplomats, politicians, journalists, broadcasters, lobbyists, entertainers, and all who enjoy fine Italian food and gracious attentive service. Guests savor genuine Italian cuisine in a setting reminiscent of a stylish Milan boutique.
The Georgetown location of Richard Sandoval’s Mexican comfort food local mini-chain is the ideal place to start an exciting evening in the District. El Centro D.F. is notable for its colorful menu (Achiote Salmon with avocado puree) and bold cocktail list (Red and Smoky with Mina mezcal and chili ginger).