From a Hotel Room to a Restaurant? An Interesting Georgetown Conversion

  • November 13th 2020

by Nena Perry-Brown

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Proposed restaurant exterior. Click to enlarge.

A boutique hotel in Georgetown wants to convert one of its fifteen rooms into a restaurant. 

The Avery at 2616 P Street NW (map) is seeking approval from the Old Georgetown Board to append a single-story edifice in front of one of its suites and convert the interior into a restaurant and bar. 

Existing exterior. Click to enlarge.

The addition would enclose the brick stair that now leads up to the door of the suite, and the outside would become a courtyard with room for dining and, potentially, a carryout window.

Proposed interior. Click to enlarge.

The stair will have a skylight above and will nestle a pizza oven, and some of the bricks pavers that now lead to the outside stair will be reused. Eastwing Architects is the designer.

Proposed interior. Click to enlarge.

This would not be first conversion for the property: it was a law firm before it operated as a hotel. 

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/from-a-hotel-room-to-a-restaurant-an-interesting-georgetown-conversion/17531.

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