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Fino Italian Restaurant
3011 M St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Located in the heart of downtown Georgetown, Fino Italian Restaurant has provided authentic Italian dishes since 1988.More The restaurant's dishes, such as Gnocchi del Re or Portobello Ravioli Topped with Champagne Sauce, emphasize this restuarant's Old World style. In addition to its eat-in and take-out options, Fino Italian Restaurant also caters.
Bobbie Medlin
2900 M St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Located in downtown Georgetown, Bobbie Medlin has a unique collection of original jewelry and accessories. Drawing fromMore international sources, Bobbie Medlin's ever-changing collection of jewelry includes necklaces and pendants from locations as distant as Tibet, Burkina Faso and Mali.
Oxford Tailors
1214 31st St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Oxford Tailors, a small seamstress' shop located in downtown Georgetown, specializes in quick, affordable fixes. OxfordMore Tailors hems, stitches and repairs a wide variety of clothing, from buttoned-down shirts and dresses to jeans and shoes.
Holiday Inn Washington-Georgetown
2101 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007
Holiday Inn Washington-Georgetown is part of the larger namesake chain of hotels nationwide. With nearby access toMore Washington's subway system and proximity to downtown DC, guests have a quick and convenient means of getting to the city's sights and attractions. This Holiday Inn has a fully-equipped gym replete with Nautilus equipment, treadmills, stationary bikes and stairmasters. The outdoor pool is open seasonally between Memorial and Labor Day. Visiting family members of students attending nearby colleges may take advantage of a student discount. Discounts are also avaiable for businesses with a Holiday Inn corporate membership.
Kesher Israel
2801 N St NW, Washington, DC 20007

Kesher Israel has served the modern Orthodox Jewish community of Georgetown and the surrounding area for nearly 100More years. Most synagogue members live in Georgetown or within walking distance. Kesher is the only synagogue in the downtown area of D.C. and  is the spiritual home for many government officials, including members of Congress and ambassadors. 

The structure, rebuilt in 1931, boasts milky stained-glass-like windows made from post-industrial materials available at the time of construction. The neighboring administrative building offers children's programming on Saturday mornings at 10:30am.

Corcoran College of Art & Design
1801 35th St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Corcoran College of Art & Design, like the Gallery, was established by William Corcoran in the 19th century. TheMore college offers undergraduate and graduate degrees ranging from fine art to photojournalism. The school has two DC campuses, one in Georgetown and one downtown. Students are members of the Corcoran Gallery of Art and have access to special exhibits and events. Visiting artists, such as Annie Leibovitz and Shepard Fairey, also enrich the school's offerings.