The 13th Annual Taste of Georgetown is happening this Saturday, October 14, from 11 AM to 4 PM. The event takes place on Wisconsin Avenue between M and South Streets, and at Grace Episcopal Church.
About 25 restaurants will be on hand, and the cost per taste is $5, or you can get a pack of five tastings for $20. With such national culinary gems as Citronelle and 1789, plus the excellent Red Ginger, Agraria, Leopolds, Fahrenheit and Neyla, the interesting Mie N Yu, and Georgetown stalwarts Old Glory, Clyde’s, J. Paul’s and Smith Point, any hungry person could drop 40 bucks and still not hit every stand they’d want.
As an added touch, Blues Alley will be providing the jazz and blues…though they’ll have to crank it up to compete with the psuedo-techno pumping from the Euro boutiques.
Kinda funny that Georgetown would be the less-crowded alternative, but with Howard Homecoming, U Street and the Waterfront will be packed.
Wonder if Cam’ron’s gonna get shot this year…?