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Every town, no matter its size, has a bar or restaurant where the powerful gather to hold court. Washington has Cafe Milano. It has been a destination for high-ranking members of media and of governments around the world since it opened in November 1992, on the same day Bill Clinton, now a Cafe…
It's where all the politicians and celebrities go if you like that sort of thing. Georgetown.
(4 block walk) – “Stylish cafe with sidewalk patio, refined Italian fare, colorful murals & frequent notable guests”, It’s a place where people go to see, and to be seen. $$$
Spot a politician at this place "to see and be seen" in Georgetown. Also a great sidewalk patio for dining on the weekends.
“This place is a local haunt for students and professors alike. It's everything that you would expect of a local pub, but the food is actually quite good. I'm a big fan of the nachos, myself. They check ID after 9 PM.”
“Whenever I don’t know what I want to eat, I go to Clyde’s. Classic American fare, excellent service.”
“Chef Spike Mendelsohn and his family officially open the third location of Good Stuff Eatery in Georgetown. In addition to "farmhouse" burgers and fries, the new outpost has a "creamery" on the second floor churching homemade custard for milkshakes in view of customers. Also new: The Georgetown location is making its red velvet shake, a special, part of the permanent menu. (The famous toasted marshmallow shake will be available too.) Completing the farmhouse look is a wall made of reclaimed barn wood from Maryland. Good Stuff already has locations in Capitol Hill and Crystal City. ”
“Established in 1991, Peacock Cafe is a tradition in Georgetown life. Around the clock, there is outdoor sidewalk seating during warm weather and the cosmopolitan interior offers a view of the charming courtyard. Don't miss their legendary Peacock Happy Day Brunch. They offer a good Eggs Benedict.”