Georgetown Second Saturdays offer monthly promotions and special offers from Georgetown small businesses. Shop local online, in-store, or outdoors.  

Some communities designate a day for specific community events, with the goal of encouraging the population to get active, explore their community, and support small and local businesses. During the pandemic, Saturdays have tended to be the best day for Wisconsin Avenue small businesses, so we will focus efforts on this day once a month. These events are often used for art walks, in-store events, sales, or other special promotions.



Specialty Venders + Performers 

Blue Ribbon Floral | 1651 Wisconsin Avenue from 12 pm-3 pm! 
Check out their Instagram here


David Schulman Violinist and loop artist | 1400 Wisconsin Ave NW from 1-3 pm

Check his most recent collaboration with the Hirshhorn Museum

Restaurants + Cafes

1310 Kitchen & Bar | 1310 Wisconsin Ave NW

Now Reopened for indoor dining. Make a reservation for brunch or lunch! 

JACO Juice & Taco Bar | 1614 Wisconsin Ave NW 

NEW updated business hours. Visit us until 7pm Thursday-Sunday

Patisserie Poupon | 1645 Wisconsin Ave NW

Stop by for lunch and an iced coffee between 12:00-2:00 pm to hear the music of Laissez Foure, a local band that focuses on jazz from the 1930s-40s with a nod to New Orleans.

Green Almond Pantry | 3210 Grace St NW

Discover the newest café in Georgetown, relocated from the Shaw neighborhood! Open Saturday 11 am-7 pm.

Peacock Cafe | 3251 Prospect St NW 

Celebrate Peacock Café's 30th anniversary in Georgetown this month!

Compass Coffee | 1351 Wisconsin Ave NW 

Introducing the taste of summer: the Vienna! Nitro cold brew, a splash of cream, and any one of our seasonal flavors - all blended perfectly into an instant summer classic. 


Duly Noted | 1355 Wisconsin Ave NW 

Shop and Celebrate PRIDE with Duly Noted. Stop by for a selection of PRIDE-themed merchandise during the month of June. 

The Phoenix | 1514 Wisconsin Ave NW

Shop one of the oldest retailers in Georgetown. Check out our Home & Garden items and enjoy a quiet reprieve from the heat on our back patio. 

Shop Made in DC (Georgetown) | 1533 Wisconsin Ave NW 

Join Ran from Ver té for a private tea demonstration to learn how to create little moments of “poetic zen” for quiet pause during our otherwise hectic days! Of course, it wouldn't be a garden party without treats- enjoy handmade macarons from Sweets By Caroline.

Link to purchase your Ticket: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/garden-tea-party-in-georgetown-tickets-156759041513?

Spicez | 1610 Wisconsin Ave NW 2nd Floor 

Visit Spicez for a food bazaar. More details to come! Follow along on Instagram at @spicezdc 

Carine's Bridal Atelier | 1623 Wisconsin Ave NW

Carine's Bridal Atelier presents Reem Acra's brand new, never before seen Love and Dream collection. June 10th-12th. By Appointment Only. Also, stop by our storefront to discover our new SUNNY façade display from Design Foundry.

Signature Dresses | 1626 Wisconsin Ave NW 

Join us for the reveal of our newest summer resort and ready-to-wear dresses at Revelle Shop, currently doing a pop-up at Signature Boutique in Georgetown at 1626 Wisconsin Ave NW. Follow us at @RevelleShop.

Mini Me Boutique| 3236 P St NW

Shop the summer collection for the littles in your life at one of Georgetown's newest boutiques. Opened April 2021.

Lantern Bookshop | 3241 P St NW 

NOW REOPENED! Shop our selection of used books, CDs, LPs, and prints. 

L'Enfant Galerie | 1442 Wisconsin Ave NW 

Explore and visit L'enfant Gallery, in business for 40 years! Stop by for our weekend sidewalk sale from 11:00 am-6:00 pm or come inside to find fine, rare beautiful and intriguing antiques. Ask about our African Collection! 

Towne Wine & Liquor | 1326 Wisconsin Ave NW 

Now reopened indoors for customers! Visit us during Second Saturday!

Art Galleries

Washington Printmakers Gallery (2nd story) | 1641 Wisconsin Ave NW 

I AM WOMAN by Linda Behar. Open June 5 - 27th.


Linda Behar is interested in the female form, specifically how it is manifested in different media and how it highlights the dissonance between “the expectations of society and an individual’s sense of self.” Body language, for Behar, is a visual form of communication that helps the viewer understand human behavior. The artwork for this exhibit is titled “I AM WOMAN” and is a poetical representation of the woman’s body. As Behar notes, her goal is “embracing the freedom to be herself.”

Susan Calloway Fine Arts | 1643 Wisconsin Ave NW



Inspired by Karen’s own tumultuous journey with cancer, recovery, and isolation - flowers, delivered in a continuous flow by friends and loved ones, became a symbol of hope and rejuvenation during the unforeseen year that was 2020. "I loved watching these expressive faces of the flowers as they opened up, then finally drooping, the petals drifted down to the floor like colored ashes. Ironically, another bouquet of flowers appeared on my front porch every time a few flowers in my bouquet died. I rejuvenated the vase by adding the new flowers to the old ones. It gave me a sense of hope, rebirth and renewal. It was so relevant." That such beauty could emerge from a year so terrible on both the micro and macro levels is astonishing.


"Eventually she began painting this bouquet éternel in luscious opulent acrylics on canvas—not literal depictions but composites of visions, memories, photographs, sensations, inhalations of revivifying fragrances borne on air and rising spirits: hydrangea, peonies, poppies, roses, and a dozen-dozen more, rendered in effulgent gestures that never spilt over into surfeit or indulgence, never overworked, but looser, freer, minimalist, luxuriant but also raw. The images are poetic, lyrical, narrative, rhythmic with brushstrokes broad and discreet—elegiac like the richness of life itself as it careens from peak to trough and back again. The flowers are neither feminine nor masculine, but inflected with gray tones that speak to human tenacity, not gendered posturing, like the shades of gray in daily life, bookended by our polarities." (Richard Speer, Karen Silve at the Confluence of Courage and Hope, 2021)

Addison/Ripley Fine Art | 1670 Wisconsin Ave NW

Addison/Ripley Fine Art is pleased to present “Minted”, a curated summer selection of fine art prints featuring fourteen local, national, and international artists. 


MINTED: June 11 - August 20

Damine Hirst - Alison Saar - Sam Gilliam - Suzanne Caporael - Maser - Beatriz Milhazes - Wolf Kahn - Cory Oberndorfer - Anne Smith - Dan Treado - Rachel Burgess - Lou Stovall - Helen Zughaib - Amy Sillman


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