Sequoia 3000 K St NW, Washington, DC20007 Sweeping views of the Potomac River put Sequoia right in the heart of the Georgetown waterfront. Sequoia has been…More located in Georgetown for about 20 years. The outside patio is a great place for happy hour, overlooking the sunset on the river. There is both upstairs, downstairs, as well as outside seating. Sequoia is a main attraction in Georgetown, for its good food and unbelievable views.
Tony & Joe's Seafood Place 3000 K St NW, Washington, DC20007 Situated on the Georgetown waterfront, Tony and Joe's is a casual dining option in a prime location overlooking the…More Potomac River. It is known for its seafood options, such as crab cakes and Maryland crab soup. The restaurant was founded in 1989 and has earned lots of attention and loyal customers since. When the weather is good, you'll want to enjoy the outdoor bar and seating area.
Georgetown Waterfront Park 3100 K St NW, Washington, DC20007 The Georgetown Waterfront Park spans ten acres along the Potomac River waterfront, between the National Harbour and the…More Key Bridge. The park has walking paths, scenic overlooks and even a meditative labyrinth. Construction of the park, designed by Wallace, Roberts and Todd, began in 2008 and is scheduled to wrap up in 2010.
The Flour Mill at Georgetown 1015 33rd St NW, Washington, DC20007 The Flour Mill is a posh condo complex in the heart of Georgetown, with condos available for sale or rent. Many…More units have Potomac River and canal views. Pets are allowed, and private parking is available to residents.
Thompson Boat Center 2900 Virginia Ave NW, Washington, DC20037 Thompson Boat Center rents kayaks, canoes and other watercraft for customers who want to enjoy a day out on the Potomac…More River. Rowing lessons are available. Thompson Boat Center also rents bicycles.