C&O Canal 1057 Thomas Jefferson St NW, Washington, DC20007 The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal flows through the heart of Georgetown. This historic canal is comprised of a series of…More locks, some of which are still in use by the National Park Service. The towpath offers visitors a glimpse of what traffic used to be like in Georgetown.
Aditi Indian Cuisine 3299 M St NW, Washington, DC20007 Aditi is a Sanskrit word that represents creativity and joy in the universe, which is fitting since the…More Georgetown restaurant Aditi's menu carefully blends creativity with traditional Indian cuisine, including regional dishes from places like Kashmir and Punjab. A variety of traditional tandoor items are cooked to order and served with rice, vegetables and lentils, and four lunch specials (including a vegetarian option) are offered for under $10. While the busy traffic on M street is constant, the dining area is quiet and intimate. Visit the restaurant's Web site to find out more about the cuisine offered.
Grace Episcopal Church 1041 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC20007 Grace Episcopal Church sits on a hilltop near the C&O Canal, shielded by its wrought-iron fence and shady trees from…More the heavy traffic of nearby Wisconsin and M Streets. The pastor of Grace Church, Reverend John Graham, has served the Georgetown community for six years. His Church is known for its work among the homeless of Georgetown -- offering food and other assistance to "people in the margins," according to Rev. Graham. Grace Church is also known for its weekend Jazz concerts during the summer.