Opened in 1963, Clyde’s of Georgetown qualifies as an institution. This animated tavern in the heart of Washington’s most famous neighborhood popularized saloon food and practically invented Sunday brunch. More than 50 years later, Clyde’s continues the tradition, serving classic American cuisine to Georgetown locals and famous faces while passers-by stop in and mingle at the long oak bar. The re-designed interior is an open invitation to the restaurant’s life and times with its many travel posters, paintings, and bronze statues. Clyde’s of Georgetown remains a Washington classic.