The City Tavern Club owes its existence to a committed group of Georgetown residents who saved the historic structure…More from being razed in the late 1950s. The club hosts lawyers, government officials, doctors and other professionals from Georgetown and throughout the DC area. Membership is by invitation only. The club is available to non-members for private events, like weddings or rehearsal dinners.
Though today's City Tavern Club has only occupied 3206 M Street since 1961, the 1796 building has a rich history; most notably President John Adams dined at the club while he was in town overseeing the construction of the Capitol Building. President Adams toasted Georgetown and its inhabitants, solidifying the City Tavern Club's status as a place where powerful minds meet and dine.
G. Morris Steinbraker & Son 3207 Grace St NW, Washington, DC20007 G. Morris Steinbraker & Son is a family-owned construction firm that offers a range of services to home and…More business owners, including construction, restoration, additions, custom carpentry and general contracting. The firm's local clientele includes the historic Blair House and the City Tavern Club. The firm is run by G. David Steinbraker, the founder's grandson.