Four Seasons Fitness Club/Spa
Part of the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel. You can’t use the gym itself unless you stay overnight, but exercise classes and spa...
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,...
Mt Zion United Methodist Church
One of the sites that recall the history of Georgetown’s 19th-century free black community, who lived in an area known as Herring Hill...
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...
Mendocino Grille & Wine Bar
The fusion here is done with just the right light touch, giving Mendocino’s menu the sort of refreshing kick you get out of a cool West...
Lonely Planet review
There’s artists and there’s craftsmen, and La Chaumiere’s kitchen seems to fall into the second category. This isn’t a bad thing; there’s no fooling around with funny envelope pushing here, just very good classical French food prepared in an intimate dining room that screams ‘expensive date.’ This is hearty, stick-to-your-bones stuff straight from the terroir – duck breast, saddle of rabbit, calf brains – things that are long- and slow-braised with love. Screw art. We’ll take the loving work of these craftsmen any day.