Georgetown is known for its great atmosphere, fantastic food, fun bars, amazing shopping and upscale accommodations. Why wouldn’t you want to have a bachelorette party here? Here is your 2 minute guide to some of the best restaurants, bars, clubs and hotels in Georgetown.
Start the night with dinner at Café Milano and enjoy impeccable Italian food and an extensive wine list. Or, for American fare, try Sequoia, located right on the water — the views are unbeatable. If French cuisine is the pick of the evening, Café Bonaparte is “parfait” (perfect!) and can host private parties.
After you’ve fed the bride-to-be, it’s time to take advantage of the wonderful Georgetown nightlife. There is truly something for everyone in this special section of DC. Let’s start from the bottom up.
If the bride misses her college days of dive bars, Rhino’s Bar & Pumphouse might be the spot for her. Don’t be deterred by the Boston Red Sox emblem blazing above the door; all beer and sports fans are welcome!
If class is your girl’s weakness, you won’t want to miss Degrees Bar & Lounge, located in the Ritz-Carlton in Georgetown. Once you’re ready to call it a night, you can always stumble upstairs to their lavish accommodations.
Speaking of places to stay, your bride-to-be will definitely need a place to rest her head after the big night is over (and her feet from all the dancing!). Besides the Ritz, The Georgetown Inn is an elegant, historic choice for accommodations. With in-room spa services, the queen bee can be pampered before and after her big night out.
If a well-known hotel chain is where your bride – and your budget – might be more comfortable, a quick cab ride across the Key Bridge from Georgetown and you’ll be at the Key Bridge Marriott.
No matter what her style, Georgetown will deliver an amazing night out on the town for any bachelorette.
Where do you like to party in Georgetown?
This post was written by Elisabeth Berman.