New Restaurants on the Horizon

A handful of new restaurants are on the horizon for Georgetown. Although GM has few details about them, he can at least give you a brief list!

The first is called Afghania and it set to take over the former Don Lobos location at 2811 M St. The cuisine will obviously be Afghan.

The second is Georgetown Seafood, taking over the former Luke’s Lobster’s location at 1211 Potomac St. It’s unclear whether this will be another lobster roll shack, or have a different focus. The space is so small that it can’t really accommodate anything but a prepared food operation.

Next is Le Grand, which is set to take over the former Maxime’s space (which was the former Guards before that). Presumably it will be French, like Maxime’s was. Maxime’s closed way back in 2018, and at the time there was talk of Middle Eastern investors opening a place. It’s unclear if Le Grand is the culmination of those rumors.

On top of these are several other openings that have previously been announced, including Stephen Starr’s take-over of the Georgetown market building, Dig, and the Fountain Inn.

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