Annual French Market

April 19, 2013 @ 2:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Georgetown, DC's Book Hill Neighborhood
Upper Wisconsin Ave. NW
between P St. and Reservoir Rd.

Celebrating its 10th year, Georgetown, DC’s Annual French Market will draw thousands of fashionistas, home design enthusiasts, foodies and families to play at the neighborhood’s unique, outdoor European-style market this spring. Hosted by the Georgetown BID, the signature open-air market will offer two days of incredible deals on unique fashion finds and trends, delicious French fare and family-friendly fun and entertainment on Friday and Saturday, April 19th & 20th, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

During French Market, shoppers will be able to score savings of up to 80 percent off designer goods, art and antique home furnishings at over 35 participating boutiques, antique shops, restaurants and galleries. With a thriving, unparalleled retail scene of over 450 merchants, and 26 new merchant openings in 2012, Georgetown is DC’s premier neighborhood for shopping.

Several of Book Hill’s best restaurants will nourish shoppers with traditional French fare such as street-side grilled merguez, sweet and savory crepes, homemade breads, pastries and more. The streets will also come alive with live music, while families can enjoy children’s activities throughout the marketplace.

Participating merchants will include: A MANO, Addison/Ripley Fine Art, Bacchus Wine Cellar, The Bean Counter, Café Bonaparte, Clyde’s, 1789, The Dandelion Patch, Darrell Dean Antiques, duo, Easel Hair Studio, Ella-Rue, Frameworks, The French Apartment, Heiner Contemporary, Ilo, Ipsa, Jaryam, Macaron Bee, Manny & Olga’s Pizza, Moss & Co./Catherine Roberts/Oliver Dunn, Nectar Skin Bar, Patisserie Poupon, Sassanova, Sherman Pickey, Susan Calloway Fine Arts, TARI, The Phoenix, Urban Chic and The Magic Wardrobe. A complete list of participating merchants and events will be continuously updated online starting in March.

Hosted by the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID), this annual event takes place in the Book Hill area of Georgetown, located on upper Wisconsin Avenue, NW, between P Street and Reservoir Road. For more information about the Georgetown French Market, please visit


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