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  • 8.8

    Lady Camellia

    Tea Room 3261 Prospect St NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (9 tips):

    • Yasaman M.
      Yasaman Mahdian: "Such a delightful English afternoon tea experience. I loved the orange tea and scones. Pie was a little off but pumpkin cream brûlée’s was superb! Don’t forget reservations."
  • 9.5

    Georgetown Waterfront Park

    Park K St NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (91 tips):

    • AFAR Media
      AFAR Media: "One of the main features is a path that runs along the curve of the river. It’s perfect for strolling and is extremely popular for joggers and bicyclists connecting with the Capital Crescent Trail."
  • 9.2

    Chez Billy Sud

    French Restaurant 1039 31st St NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (21 tips):

    • dancingqueen f.
      dancingqueen fAMedevoLv3xion: "Make sure you have a reservation for dinner or else go next door for a seat at the bar. Best spot is on the patio, for people watching while sipping wine. They always accommodate me in my wheelchair."
  • 9.1

    Baked & Wired

    Bakery 1052 Thomas Jefferson St NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (461 tips):

    • Djaniella D.
      Djaniella D.: "baked & wired > georgetown! line may look long, but it moves by pretty quickly so utilize the time to pick from the variety of delicious flavors. The simple strawberry or chocolate are personal faves."
  • 8.8

    L’Annexe

    Cocktail Bar 2917 M St NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (2 tips):

    • Rae
      Rae: "Great cocktails! And a delicious salad & shrimp dish. Small plates so don’t come too hungry"
  • 8.7

    Dumbarton Oaks

    Art Museum 1703 32nd St NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (8 tips):

    • Brett p.
      Brett payne: "A real treat. Absolutely incredible that this beautiful and surprisingly expansive garden park is tucked behind cramped but cozy rows of houses and shops"

People are talking about these places in Georgetown:

  • 9.0

    Georgetown Waterfront

    Waterfront 3000 K St NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (27 tips):

    • David D.
      David Derrick: "Beautiful place to stroll in the evening! Great breezes coming off the water. Grab a ferry to Oldtown Alexandria or walk further into the park. Most of the restaurants here are overpriced."
    • Jay B.
      Jay Blessed: "Such a beautiful place to visit. In the winter time, there's a skating rink nearby with fireplaces at the outdoor seats. Gorgeous view. Will visit in the summer."
  • 9.3

    Blue Bottle Coffee

    Coffee Shop 1046 Potomac St NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (42 tips):

    • Yasaman M.
      Yasaman Mahdian: "Simple 3rd wave cafe with amazing coffee. The simplicity helps calming your mind and do some work or spend quality time with your friends. I loved the Uganda coffee."
    • Paul M.
      Paul Mederos: "Beautiful space with super nice peeps (like Billy!) — get a single origin cold brew on a warm day, or a GIBRALTER for much goodness."
  • 8.8

    Dumbarton Oaks Gardens

    Garden 1703 32nd St NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (17 tips):

    • The Ritz-Carlton
      The Ritz-Carlton: "Often referred to as DC’s “Secret Garden,” Dumbarton Oaks features a maze of greenery/flowers on sloping terraces, surrounding a museum & 19th century mansion."
    • Yasaman M.
      Yasaman Mahdian: "Gorgeous beautiful garden park! Lovely for an afternoon hike. Really nice."

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