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The Georgetowner
1054 Potomac St NW, Washington, DC 20007
The Georgetowner has been serving the Georgetown community with local news since 1954. Tiny offices tucked away at theMore end of Potomac Street bely the reach of the biweekly publication. The Georgetowner caters to the people who live in the historic neighborhood and frequent its restaurants and galleries.  With a strong focus on arts and entertainment, the Georgetowner also covers local politics, real estate and the restaurant scene.
Hotel Monticello of Georgetown
1075 Thomas Jefferson St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Hotel Monticello of Georgetown is an upscale hotel situated in Georgetown. It provides easy access to GeorgetownMore University, the National Mall, museums, restaurants, nightlife and numerous other attractions. The hotel offers studio and king size suites. Rooms are equipped with refrigerators, safes, coffee makers, Simmons Beautyrest beds, wet bars, microwaves, free wireless and cable tv. It features a concierge service, room and laundry service, a business center, complimentary breakfast and much more.
Filomena Ristorante of Georgetown
1063 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007
Filomena's is a very popular Italian restaurant in the heart of Georgetown. When you enter the restaurant, your eyesMore meet a "pasta mama," who is busy making fresh handmade pasta in the window. When you walk down the stairs, you see the many homemade and delicious cakes it has for dessert. This is a very busy restaurant, so it is necessary to make a reservation in advance.
Bistro Français
3128 M St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Bistro Français is a landmark Georgetown restaurant that specializes in French cuisine. Featuring a large beerMore selection, a full bar, wine, and lighter fare, the Bistro specializes in decadent French dishes like rotisserie chicken and French onion soup. Manned by a French chef who came to Georgetown in 1975, the white-tablecloth restaurant boasts a long wine list, too.
Cafe Milano
3251 Prospect St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Cafe Milano has been a Georgetown powerhouse landmark since 1992. When you enter Milano, the staff makes you feel likeMore you are a VIP and will take care of any needs. This trendy restaurant is frequented by politicians and celebrities. You can expect to see somebody important in the crowd. The food is delicious and is considered to be one of the best restaurants in Georgetown.
Fahrenheit Restaurant
3100 South St NW, Washington, DC 20007
Fahrenheit,  located inside the Georgetown Ritz-Carlton serves locally-inspired American cuisine. The restaurantMore attracts a plethora of customers, from hotel guests to Georgetown and DC natives, who come in for a great meal in a cool atmosphere. 
The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown
3100 South St NW, Washington, DC 20007
The Georgetown location of the posh Ritz-Carlton chain offers all the amenities you would expect from a luxury hotel,More from 400-thread count Egyptian cotton linens to 24-hour room service. In addition to its 86 suites, the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown also boasts a restaurant, a bar, a lounge, and a boutique spa. The hotel also can accomodate corporate meetings, weddings and other special events.
Georgetown Inn
1310 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007
Billing itself as a European-style boutique hotel, the Georgetown Inn offers luxurious accommodations at the center ofMore the neighborhood's shopping district. The inn, which is owned by Luxury Resorts and situated in a historic Georgetown building, boasts 96 rooms at a range of prices and sizes, a fitness center, dry-cleaning, valet parking, a business center, and space for small conferences. The Daily Grill, the hotel restaurant, offers a view of Wisconsin Avenue and serves breakfast and dinner daily.
Georgetown University: Main Campus
3700 O St NW, Washington, DC 20057

Georgetown University was founded in 1789 and is the nation's oldest Catholic and Jesuit university. Known for itsMore prominent location at the hight point of many streets in the neighborhood, the university is home to undergraduate and graduate students alike. 

Students live both on campus and off, frequenting the restaurants and shops of Georgetown. The school sports teams are called the Hoyas, based on a chant combination of Greek and Latin (Hoya saxa or "What rocks").