Georgetown offers over 450 shopping, dining and entertainment options in a beautiful, historic setting. Known for its quaint cobblestone streets and 18th and 19th century architecture, the neighborhood is a delightful mix of past and present that sets it apart from the rest of Washington, D.C.



M Street is recognized as one of the best shopping streets in the country. The intersection of M and Wisconsin Avenue is the heart of Georgetown, with boutique-lined streets extending in all four directions. Head up Wisconsin Avenue for some of the city’s most unique boutiques and small businesses, or down below M Street to the Georgetown Waterfront. Georgetown’s street style is as diverse as its independent boutiques, international brands and pop-ups. Shoppers of all ages and tastes can play dress up (and take home) at over 150 fashion specialty stores, with sneaker heads and politicos alike flocking to Georgetown for a range of preppy, cutting-edge, casual and elegant clothes and accessories. For all things fashion, forward to Georgetown.


Book Hill is a quaint cluster of independent boutiques, art galleries, home décor and antique stores, and restaurants along upper Wisconsin Avenue, where you’ll find one-of-a-kind gifts, works of art, home furnishings and culinary experiences.




Georgetown is DC’s Design District, offering an extraordinary collection of over 40 interior design and home furnishings stores and art galleries carrying everything from modern to traditional furniture, antiques, accessories, and art to ensure that your home is as well dressed as you are. Whether you’re an interior designer or simply have an interior of your own, it’s all for design, and design for all.


A plate for every palate and a bite for every budget. With over 90 restaurants and 34 specialty food options that represent over 50 ethnicities, Georgetown’s diverse food and drink scene is only growing. Wherever your taste buds take you, a picture-perfect backdrop awaits—from Georgetown’s vibrant waterfront dining to cozy drinks on tucked-away patios, power lunches among politicos, and coffee and cupcakes at nearly every turn (seriously). Whether you’re looking for an amazing steak or a specialty market, Georgetown has it all.