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The Many Georgetown Haunts Of John F. Kennedy

JFK lived in nine different Georgetown homes during his time in DC and spent his Sunday mornings at Martin's Tavern, where he also proposed to Jackie in Booth 3 (to this day the restaurant still gets requests for that booth for people who want to propose). You can see all of these locations on a self-guided walking tour that takes about ninety minutes (none of the homes are open to the public, so observe from the curb, but Martin's Tavern is still very much a thriving restaurant). Click through the link for a slideshow of the homes, the church he frequented, and a video of the famous seats at Martin's Tavern.

· JFK's Georgetown/Video interview with manager of Martin's Tavern [Gadling]