3245 Prospect St, NW (next to coming Blank Street Coffee)

From a press release:

“Van Leeuwen, the Brooklyn-born brand known for its made-from-scratch dairy and vegan ice creams, is thrilled to announce that its second D.C. location––located in the heart of Georgetown at 3245 Prospect St NW––will open on Thursday, May 11 at noon.

“We’re so grateful for the warm welcome we received from Washingtonians when we opened our Union Market scoop shop earlier this year, and we’re thrilled to now be opening in yet another one of D.C.’s most iconic and well-known neighborhoods.” says co-founder Ben Van Leeuwen.

For the debut of its Georgetown outpost, the brand has partnered with beloved neighborhood bakery Baked & Wired to create a limited edition ice cream flavor––Dirty Chai Cupcake–– exclusive to D.C. scoop shops. Read More


1301 Wisconsin Ave, NW

From a press release:

DIG, the chef-centric eatery based in New York City, will expand into Washington, D.C. with the launch of a restaurant in Georgetown. Located at the corner of N St. and Wisconsin Ave NW, DIG will make its debut on April 30.

DIG’s menu is scratch-cooked, featuring nourishing foods that are both familiar and surprising. The menu is rotated regularly to showcase the freshest vegetables of the season. Highlights include Read More


3265 Prospect Street, NW

Last week the Georgetowner reported Booeymonger had closed after 50 years and coming

“will be a French bistro, Samuel said, from the owners of Zeppelin and Chaplin’s, two restaurants on 9th Street in Shaw. He added that he understands that the new business owners, Ari and Claire Wilder, plan to call it La Bonne Vache — “The Good Cow.””

The sign on their door still says: Read More


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