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2. THE COCKTAILS
Tucked away on a quaint side street, you'll find The Yard at The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown. An effervescent DJ, patio draped with lights and of course—relentless people-watching, awaits you. Although no milkshakes in sight, The Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown definitely brought this boy to The Yard.
3. THE WATERFRONT
With so much to see and do in Georgetown, DC, Washington Harbour offers bountiful outdoor dining lining the Potomac Riverfront, kayak rentals and much more. It's even home to D.C.'s largest outdoor ice skating rink. See you this winter?
4. THE HISTORY
Georgetown was founded in 1751, as a bustling port city on the banks of the Potomac. Today, it's D.C.’s premier playground for shopping, dining and history. Known for its quaint cobblestone streets and 18th and 19th century architecture, the neighborhood is a delightful mix of past and present.
5. THE SHOPPING
M Street, Georgetown’s main avenue, 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.