Old Stone House
Built in 1765, the capital’s oldest surviving building has been a tavern, brothel and boardinghouse (sometimes all at once) and today,...
Mie N Yu
Georgetown’s most popular lounge-bar is also an Asian-Mediterranean-Middle- Eastern-kitchen-sink fusion restaurant, but we come to see...
Ching Ching Cha
This atmospheric wood-paneled teahouse feels a world away from the shopping mayhem of M St. Stop in for a pot of rare tea (they brew...
3104 M St NW · interesting places nearby
Mr Smith’s information
This is as divey as they come in Georgetown – sawdust and dusky interior concealing patrons that only get more rowdy and roaring with the night. That said, Mr Smith’s is as popular with Georgetown Jonathan as Average Joe, which makes for an intriguing and generally affable atmosphere. Most nights a sing-a-long piano player gets the crowd crooning; you can escape by heading to the patio.