Gypsy Sally's is a live music venue, community gathering place, bar and restaurant, dedicated to bringing back the musical legacy of Georgetown's waterfront. Once a premier live music destination, the Georgetown waterfront hosted the likes of Foreigner, U2, Kiss, The Dave Matthews Band, The Radiators and many more national tours. The opening of Gypsy Sally's marks the rebirth of Americana roots music in the Georgetown area.
Gypsy Sally's is designed as a listening room for adults who want to enjoy acoustic Americana music while enjoying delectable farm-to-table fare. Our goal is to provide the DC area with a venue where people can enjoy live music and socializing without having to shout above poor quality sound that is generally too loud and inadequately designed. Gypsy Sally's is DC's most intimate music venue, catering to a discerning clientele seeking an upscale, urban locale to enjoy local, regional and national performers.
History of Building: 3401 Water Street, NW was constructed in 1938 by the Crystal Ice Co. Its structural engineer was Melvin S. Rich (1885-1969) who designed the structural steel that encased the Washington Monument in 1933 that allowed the exterior to be repaired and cleaned.
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