Washington Restaurants near Tudor Place

Our list of the best food near Tudor Place. Our top pick: Georgetown Cupcake.
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  • Tudor Place

    Tudor Place

    1644 31st St NW
    Tu-Sa 10AM-3PM, Su noon-3PM (tours on the hour). $8, seniors 62+: $6, students 7-18: $3. A stately mansion built in 1815 by the son of the first mayor of Georgetown, and the step-granddaughter of one George Washington. The manor hosts permanent exhibits of 18-19th century American furnishings, as well as a large collections of items owned by George and Martha Washington. The gardens in the back are lovely, and can be accessed separately from the mansion for $3.
    Georgetown food nearby
  • Georgetown Cupcake

    Georgetown Cupcake

    3301 M St NW
    Georgetown Cupcake is a cupcakery, located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Sisters Katherine Kallinis and Sophie LaMontagne opened the shop in February 2008.
    Georgetown
  • Blues Alley

    Blues Alley

    1073 Wisconsin Ave NW
    5-2 hour sets at 8PM & 10PM daily. Cover: $20-40, drink minimum: $10. One of the world's great jazz clubs, playing host nightly to mostly national and international acts. The atmosphere is wonderful, in a brick building off Wisconsin in an actual "Blues Alley." The venue is tiny and packed full; patrons are respectful and do not talk during performances (if you want conversation, go elsewhere). The range of music, however, has become a little wider than jazz purists would like—check the website calendar to make sure you'll hear music to your taste. Seating is not by RSVP, so get in the line early, which starts to form one half hour before shows.
    Georgetown
  • Pizzeria Paradiso

    Pizzeria Paradiso

    3282 M St NW
  • Georgetown Cupcakes

    Georgetown Cupcakes

    3301 M St NW
    M-Sa 10AM-9PM, Su noon-6PM. $2.75/cupcake. D.C.'s cupcake scene is a serious one, and this is the current undisputed top dog, as it has its own national reality TV show: DC Cupcakes. Accordingly the lines are long, but they have not noticeably raised the prices. The cupcakes do live up to the hype, but locals might suggest a less-hyped cupcakery (i.e., one without a TLC TV show) like Baked & Wired (see below).
    Georgetown
  • Bourbon Steak DC

    Bourbon Steak DC

    2800 Pennsylvania Ave NW
    Bourbon Steak has four distinct locations: Scottsdale, AZ in the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess | Washington, D.C. in the Four Seasons | Miami, FL in the Turnberry Isle | San Francisco, CA at The Westin St. Francis
    Foggy Bottom
  • Martin's Tavern

    Martin's Tavern

    1264 Wisconsin Ave NW
    M-Th 11AM-1:30AM, F 11AM-2:30AM, Sa 9AM-2:30AM, su 8AM-1:30AM. Entrees: $12-40. Martin's Tavern is at once both a famous destination spot and just a low-key neighborhood pub. If you like to drink in good historical company, every president from Truman through the last guy has stopped in for a beer. (JFK in particular loved it here.) If you are willing to settle for less than a president, this is a good place to spot senators, former secretaries of state, pundit hackerati, etc. It's also a good place to have a burger and a beer.
    Georgetown
  • Cafe Milano

    Cafe Milano

    3251 Prospect St NW
    Cafe Milano is the hub of diplomats, lawmakers, journalists, lobbyists, broadcasters, entertainers, and all those who value first-class Italian cuisine in a setting that inspires.
    Georgetown
  • 1789

    1789

    1226 36th St NW
    M-Th 6PM-10PM, Sa 5:30PM-11PM, Su 5:30PM-10PM. $44-60. Elegant French-inflected American dining in what is easily one of D.C.'s finest restaurants, near Georgetown University. Jacket & tie required for men. Ask to be seated in the main dining room. A pre-theater reduced price prix-fixe menu is available early evenings on weekdays with advance reservations.
    Georgetown
  • Martin's Tavern

    Martin's Tavern

    1264 Wisconsin Ave NW
    Established in 1933, we are one of Washington DC’s most historic family-owned enterprises. For 75 years, Martin’s Tavern has been a renowned fixture in Washington DC and a must-visit establishment in historic Georgetown. From sitting Presidents and media icons, to city residents and worldly travelers, Martin’s Tavern is a welcoming home to the many who have long embraced its warm atmosphere.
    Georgetown
  • Citronelle

    Citronelle

    3000 M St NW
    Michel Richard Citronelle is an American restaurant located in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. in the Latham Hotel. The chef and owner of Michel Richard Citronelle is Michel Richard, who received a James Beard Foundation Award in 2007 for Outstanding Chef.
    Georgetown
  • Peacock Cafe

    Peacock Cafe

    3251 Prospect St NW
    Established in 1991, Peacock Cafe is a tradition in Georgetown life. The tremendous popularity of the Peacock brunch, lunch and dinner menu in Washington DC is legendary. Outdoor-Indoor cosmopolitan atmosphere offering something for everyone!
    Georgetown
  • Daily Grill

    Daily Grill

    1310 Wisconsin Ave NW
    Welcome to the Official Daily Grill Facebook Fan Page. For Great American food...Think Daily.
    Georgetown
  • Bistrot Lepic & Wine Bar

    Bistrot Lepic & Wine Bar

    1736 Wisconsin Ave NW
    Jazz Performance every Wednesday night at the Wine Bar
    Georgetown
  • Filomena

    Filomena

    1063 Wisconsin Ave NW
  • Blues Alley

    Blues Alley

    1073 Wisconsin Ave NW
    "The nation's finest jazz and supper club" - New York Times
    Georgetown
  • Bistro Francais

    Bistro Francais

    3124 M St NW
    The only French restaurant in the heart of Georgetown, open late. Executive chef/owner Gerard Cabrol bringing his home recipes and makes sure that his specialties are as consistent as they were when he opened the restaurant in 1975
    Georgetown
  • Clyde's of Georgetown

    Clyde's of Georgetown

    3236 M St NW
  • Peacock Cafe

    Peacock Cafe

    3251 Prospect St NW
    M-Th 11:30AM-10:30PM, F 11:30AM-midnight, Sa 9AM-midnight, Su 9AM-10:30PM. $12-35. An excellent upscale breakfast option, but make sure you have reservations for dinner, or you won't get in. Contemporary American cuisine.
    Georgetown
  • Sea Catch Restaurant & Raw Bar

    Sea Catch Restaurant & Raw Bar

    1054 31st St NW
    Known as one of the top downtown DC restaurants, Sea Catch Restaurant and Raw Bar prides itself on offering the best in seasonal seafood in a welcoming and pleasing environment. http://www.seacatchrestaurant.com/
    Georgetown
  • Dolcezza Artisanal Gelato

    Dolcezza Artisanal Gelato

    1560 Wisconsin Ave NW
    old world gelato + coffee house
    Georgetown
  • Cafe Bonaparte

    Cafe Bonaparte

    1522 Wisconsin Ave NW
  • Old Glory BBQ

    Old Glory BBQ

    3139 M St NW
    Old Glory restaurant offers authentic, all-American barbeque and over 80 varieties of bourbon. Old Glory is located in the heart of Washington DC's Georgetown neighborhood.
    Georgetown
  • 1789

    1789

    1226 36th St NW
  • Kafè Leopold

    Kafè Leopold

    3315 Cady's Aly NW
  • Tackle Box

    Tackle Box

    3245 M St NW
    Washington DC’s first and only lobster shack. Nowhere else can you get a taste of your last beach vacation while still in the city whether you’re craving a bowl of clam chowder, a pound of peel and eat shrimp, or a lobster pot to cook at home.
    Georgetown
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