Clyde's of Georgetown
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A classic! Clyde's has been a go to for a busy happy hour and late night bar crowd along with delicious Anerican fare.
The original, quintessential Washington, DC saloon. Juicy burgers, deli-style sandwiches, omelets and award-winning chili; Alaska halibut and wild salmon, Maine lobster, pasta and entree salads. Weekend brunch. Half-price wine on Sundays. Open daily. Late-night dining. The 1976 hit song…
Great for an all American dish. This is a popular place in Georgetown and historic as well. Enjoy with the family and dine in or hang out with friends at the bar.
“Favorite restaurant in Georgetown - a simple but wonderful French spot with great food and drinks.”
“The sandwiches at this local butcher shop are legendary. Try the four-meat Italian grinder, turkey club or dig into grab-and-go sides such as potato salad and coleslaw. The shop also serves daily to-go dinner specials during the week. Go there for: Stellar sandwiches and gourmet sausages.”
“The New York Times calls this restaurant "dinner and a show." It's also been referred to as where D.C. goes to hold court. The food is also fantastic. You'll need a reservation, but if you ask for Laurent, he should be able to help you out. ”
“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. ”