Rekindle an old flame in Georgetown. Ask for a fireside table at 1789 Restaurant, specifically in the John Carroll room. Housed in a Federalist-style townhouse, it’s a classic favorite for special occasions and romantic evenings, known for its cozy tables and its delectable rack of lamb.
Head down to the Georgetown waterfront and check in to the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, located in a historic building that once housed the DC incinerator.
Enjoy a fireside nightcap at the Ritz-Carlton. While you relax in the lobby, the hotel’s “S’more-melier” can fire up Signature S’mores. Before you head upstairs, keep your eyes peeled. You never know what red-hot celebrities you’ll see checking in.
Enjoy a late lunch or happy hour drink specials at Third Edition in Georgetown, where the 80’s cult classic St. Elmo’s Fire was filmed.