George Worrell owns and operates GMW Enterprises LLC, an upscale creative styling company that encompasses fashion, events, and personalized styling services. As a creative consultant, Mr. Worrell is recognized throughout D.C’s fashion and political circles, having hosted events and styled for various socialites and politicos. In addition, George is the author of On the Other Side of Style: A Memoir. He also enjoys bike riding, long walks, and traveling.
George share his top 5.
1. Taking long walks in Columbia Heights - Walking down 14th and Irving to P street reminds me of Madison Avenue in NYC. I love the many stops along the way, including a garden center or a wine bar with sidewalk seating.
2. Hunting for antiques along 14th Street - I often stop in Ruff N Ready Furnishings. Visiting this store transplants me to an earlier time in America-Small with period furnishings from the 1930s to the 60s. Further down the street, I love going into Miss Pixie’s. My favorite part of the store is a section called, "What Not," I always seem to find a plate or set of glassware that reminds me of my childhood in the late 70’s.
3. 14th & U Street Farmer's Market - I often drop by on Saturday mornings to pick up fresh veggies & fruit.
4. Lou’s Sports Bar - Located on 1400 Irving St NW, this bar is busy and bustling with a great menu. It's a wonderful place to meet new friends.
5. National Portrait Gallery - This museum provides a great visual of history with outstanding tours and new exhibits.
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