Photo by Jackdean085.
Good morning Georgetown, here’s the latest:
This week on Old Georgetown in color, GM thought he’d take the occasion of the dismantling of the Corcoran Gallery to bring a bit of color to a ghost that’s probably feeling pretty blue this week: the museum’s founder, William Wilson Corcoran.
Nope. Even in full color, he still looks pretty dour. Cheer up old boy, they’ll still keep your name around!
We now know who bought the old Nathan’s building from the Heon’s: Under Armour. The athletic clothing store bought the historic building last month for $12 million.
So passeth yet another restaurant from M St. Granted, ever since Nathan’s was replaced by Serendipity 3, it wasn’t exactly a local-friendly hangout. But still, that’s a historic dining spot, and now it’ll just be yet another athletic clothing store selling stuff you can find anywhere. Continue reading