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Clyde's Restaurant Group

Clyde’s Restaurant Group (CRG) is one of the nation’s most successful and enduring restaurant companies. 

In 1963, the original Clyde’s opened in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC. The brand has expanded to include 12 properties in Northern Virginia, suburban Maryland, and the District of Columbia: Clyde’s of Georgetown, Clyde’s of Chevy Chase, Clyde’s at Mark Center, Tower Oaks Lodge, Clyde’s of Gallery Place, Clyde’s Willow Creek Farm, Old Ebbitt Grill, The Tombs, 1789 Restaurant, Fitzgerald’s, The Hamilton and The Hamilton Live. Plans for new restaurants include Ebbitt House in Reston, Rye Street Tavern in Baltimore, and Cordelia Fishbar in Union Market. 


The CRG Team Member Emergency Assistance Fund is a nonprofit employee assistance fund with trusted steward, Greater Washington Community Foundation. This was initially created to provide financial aid to CRG employees whose income was being adversely affected by the coronavirus outbreak. We seeded the fund with a percentage of sales from our carryout business and added to the fund with proceeds from three auctions featuring artwork from recently closed restaurants and our storage warehouse. It is now for available for employees with unexpected hardships.

Our family of employees is what makes our restaurants so special. If you want to join us in supporting them, you can do so by donating to our CRG Team Member Emergency Assistance Fund.



All CRG concepts, while distinctively different from the next, share the same reputation for exemplary customer service, an unforgettable atmosphere and a chef-driven menu featuring high-quality fresh ingredients. CRG closely holds a commitment to its people and the region, proudly fostering an environment of inclusivity, respect, and exceptional hospitality.