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About Clyde's of Georgetown
Located on bustling M Street in the heart of Georgetown, Clyde's is open daily for lunch and dinner, and late-night fare, and serves weekend brunch. This popular saloon has been a gathering place for Washingtonians and out-of-town visitors since 1963. A moderately priced seasonal American menu and friendly and efficient service in a comfortable atmosphere make it a great place to catch up with friends at the bar over a beer and a Bacon Cheeseburger, or sit down for a Jumbo Lump Crab Cake or Filet Mignon dinner. Or visit our two bars during happy hour Monday-Friday for our Afternoon Delight menu of discounted appetizers, sandwiches and salads. Serving a late-night menu every evening.
Washington, DC 20007
American, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday: 10:00am - 4:00pm, Sunday: 9:00am - 4:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:30pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:30pm - 12:00am, Friday & Saturday: 4:30pm - 1:00am
$30 and under
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We have live music from 10 PM to close most Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Reduced validated parking for up to 3 Hours for cars entering after 6 pm in the Colonial Parking Georgetown Park Shopping Garage.
OTHER NEARBY LOTS
3307 M Street NW
3333 M Street NW
Nearest Metro Stop is Rosslyn or Foggy Bottom/GW. Both are a 15-minute walk, or a quick ride on the Circulator (Red Bus), or on the 30, 32, 34, 36 or 38 Metrobus from Foggy Bottom.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Clyde's of Georgetown Ratings and Reviews
I took a chance and booked a table here even though I had never been to the restaurant before. I was meeting my cousin who I haven't seen in over twenty years. She arrived before me and was greeted very pleasantly by the staff, as was I once I arrived. The food was great, but the service was even better. I'm definitely coming back to Clyde's when I'm in town again. Thanks Clyde's!
Clyde's is always a very reliable place to stop for either light fare (sandwiches), a drink or full meal. The ambience is welcoming and lively, food generally quite good, and the hours are great (one of the few places where it is still possible to get a meal later at night -- though of course they do well earlier in the day too). Unfortunately the large parking area under the building complex where Clyde's of Georgetown is located (Georgetown Park) is closed for renovation for several months and this complicates access, because parking can be very tight on nearby Georgetown streets at some hours.
Server was fantastic. We got there just before the brunch rush at about 10 am and were seated right away. Clyde's in Georgetown is definitely the best of all the restaurants. Food is always good and came out pretty quickly. A couple places I've been to in D.C. always seat all the early arrivals in the same section, often right next to each other in an open restaurant. Not Clyde's. They have enough servers on staff to make sure your not on top of each other in an empty room. Always like going back here for Sunday brunch and a little Georgetown shopping afterwards.
I live in Ashburn, Va. There is a Clyde's in my area. As much as I am happy we have a Clyde's ... I much more prefer the food in Georgetown! I was having dinner in the Georgetown Clyde's with some friends that also live in Ashburn. We all agreed, the selections are much better in DC!
Wonderfully afforable, good comforting American food. Always a pleasure! Fun, vibrant, and tasteful Americana decor. Very reasonable wine list, and very quick service. Only complaint is the tight space, but space is a premium in Georgetown, and this is not a premium restaurant. If ordering a cocktail, stick to their menu, they have difficultly making things off menu.
Great for college students who want a night out, couples, or families...otherwise, not really for foodies.
We were going out for a friend's bachelorette night and we started here for dinner. Although the restaurant is not huge, they accommodated our group of 9 people and provided us with great service. The food was great, the atmosphere was great for starting out our night, and the service was excellent.
I’m big on first impressions and unfortunately, Clyde’s failed the love at first taste test. We were seated immediately having made reservations earlier that day. We were pleased with the décor, lighting and friendly atmosphere. Our waiter was friendly enough, but lacked timeliness. We waited awhile for him to return to take our orders. We let him know this was our first time there, so we were expecting him to guide us in the right direction with chef/customer favorites and possibly recommend some wines. None of which happened. The food was ok. The prices are reasonable, but the quality lacked. I had the filet mignon. It was prepared to my desire, but being a meat connoisseur I can tell you that it wasn’t the freshest meat. The rice dish th
Clyde's of Georgetown is an iconic standard of good food, fun "bar talk" and reasonably priced. Four of us dined on a Monday night, so the decible level was friendly. I've eaten at most of the Clyde's in the Metro area and enjoy Clyde's of Georgetown the most because it brings back memories of when I hung out there in the 1960's and occasionally saw Stuart Davidson (spelling?), the founding owner, acting a little bizzaro on a Saturday night.
Considering how expensive the food is, was expecting the food to taste much better. Very bland food that tasted like any fast food restaurant. Nice ambiance and friendly service, but at the end of the day, the quality of the food did not match the prices. Maybe a good place for sandwiches or burgers, but that is about it. Stay away from main dishes, and just grab a sandwich and a beer!
A nice restaurant, however the owners MUST invest in reupholstering booth benches! The benches in two of the booths in the area where we were seated were worn out, cracked covers with cotton batting showing through. And the wait staff didn't even apologize for the appearance or offer something to cover the holes before being seated. Fortunately there was only one guest sitting on that side of the bench, so he could slide in past it.
We were in town and eating primarily in DuPont Circle. Heard about Clydes and must say it was fantastic. Our Server Marissa, was spot on and really took the time to make us feel like we were her only table(she was slammed). I had the Crab tower, Arugula sald, and crab ckes. The Cakes cooled off too quickly but all 3 were filled with flavor. My son (12) had the House salad and Filet. All were very flavorful and prepared perfectly!
It wasa nice casual atmosphere with awesome food!
service was slow and unattentive--tables were arranged too close together --seating was miserable as we were seated within 1 ft of two other couples making for a cramped and uncomfortable meal-we were forced to converse at whisper level to avoid disturbing the other two couples. The food was excellent though and we enjoyed the short ribs and filet mignon
The food at Clyde's of Georgetown is delicious, unpretentious, and well prepared. I am a vegetarian, and they have a few great vegetarian options. It's busy and vibrant, which I loved, because I hate super quiet restaurants wherein the next table can hear your dinner conversation. The service is great, friendly, and our server was well voiced in product knowledge. Overall, a wonderful experience, and I would definitely return!
Always an easy choice, Clyde's is a perpetual favorite. However this Sunday evening was very crowded and the service was poor. We had a booth close to the door which was a mistake. It would have been better to wait at the bar for a table to open up further into the restaurant as we had to eat with our jackets on
This is an annual family Christmas tradition but for the first time we're considering changing the evening from dinner at Clyde's to a stop in for a drink with Dinner to follow at another establishment.
Food was atrocious. From the hamburgers to the salads to the evening specials.
This location is subpar in comparison to the other Clyde's locations.
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