Restaurant Week hits D.C. Feb. 4 through Feb. 10, once again inviting food lovers to enjoy affordable three-course meals at top-notch restaurants.
This semiannual culinary celebration, presented by Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington, is known throughout the region for some great deals: prix fixe $20.13 lunches and $35.13 dinners that are generally pricey, comparably. It entices people to explore the growing restaurant scene and take advantage of fine dining experiences they otherwise might not.
More than 240 restaurants will participate this year, offering diverse cuisine from D.C.-metro area neighborhoods, including parts of Northern Virginia and Maryland. More than 20 Georgetown establishments will partake in the program, with menus representing flavors from Mexico, Italy, Spain, France and Latin America.
The Georgetown spots include:
Bistrot Lepic & Wine Bar
Bodega Spanish Tapas & Lounge
Clyde’s of Georgetown
Farmers Fishers Bakers
M Street Bar & Grill
Morton’s The Steakhouse-Georgetown
Nick’s Riverside Grill
Thunder Burger & Bar
Tony & Joe’s Seafood Place
A full list of member restaurants is available on the new Restaurant Week website: ramw.org/restaurantweek. RAMW President Kathy Hollinger said that the association worked hard to create a site that effectively provides potential consumers with important event information.
And do we need to add this advice? Make reservations now or as early as possible.