No visit to Georgetown’s see-and-be-scene M Street promenade is complete without a stop at one of the neighborhood’s many watering holes, and Clyde’s of Georgetown is first among the local equals. High-volume in both senses of the phrase, the place easily absorbs busfuls of tourists yet somehow still manages to attract regulars to its brass-railed bar. Perhaps it’s the food. In addition to serving tavern staples—herb-roasted half chicken, for example—Clyde’s has some local and southern twists, with the likes of jumbo lump crab cakes, sliders and collard greens. Well-chosen wines and craft-brewed beers complete your meal, served by efficient, preternaturally cheery youngsters.
Other locations throughout the city.
|Venue name:||Clyde’s of Georgetown||Contact:|
3236 M Street, NW
|Cross street:||between Wisconsin Avenue & Potomac Street|
|Opening hours:||11.30am–midnight Mon–Thur; 11.30am–1am Fri; 10am–1am Sat; 9am–midnight Sun|
|Transport:||Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro then 31, 32, 36, 38B bus, or Circulator bus|
|Price:||Main courses $11–$19|