Georgetown residents did some serious navel-gazing this week about why people don't like them and why they don't have any cool new restaurants, says the City Paper. Could it be the neighborhood's "Rodeo Drive" image? Maybe it's all the red tape? Or, as real estate developer Anthony Lanier explains, it could just be too darn expensive: "It's almost self defeating to open up a restaurant on M Street, because you know that the rents are going to go up." [WCP]
Why Doesn't Anyone Like Georgetown?
by Amy McKeever
Toast fall with tall frosty steins of Märzen, pilsners, and schwarzbier