It’s Restaurant Week: What to Check Out


Restaurant week is here. So, don’t miss your opportunity to book a table and get great lunch and dinner deals. Prices range from $20 to around $35 for three- or four-course meals.

Bistro Lepic Wine Bar

Since 1995, this restaurant has been part of Georgetown’s culinary landscape, consistently ranking as one of the “Ten Best Restaurants” in the country by Bon Appetit and in Zagat’s top 40.
The restaurant offers classic, regional and contemporary French cuisine.

Bistro Lepic is located at 1736 Wisconsin Ave. NW. Call 202-448-1000 to book a table.

Filomena Ristorante

Filomena Ristorante has been one of D.C.’s premier restaurants for 30 years. The restaurant offers authentic Italian cuisine in an elegant atmosphere.

Located at 1063 Wisconsin Ave NW. Call 202-338-8800 for reservations.

Tony & Joes Seafood Place

If you’re in the mood for fresh delicacies from the sea, dive into Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place at the Georgetown Waterfront. While enjoying tempting seafood dishes or even a great Filet Mignon you have spectacular views of the Potomac River, Kennedy Center, Washington Monument, Roosevelt Island and the Key Bridge.

Located at 3000 K St. NW. Call 202-944-4545 to book a reservation.


Ris is an upscale neighborhood restaurant in West End serving seasonal American cuisine by executive chef / owner Ris Lacoste.

Located at 2275 L St. NW. Call 202-730-2500 to book a table.

The Grill Room

The Grill Room specializes in hand-cut, bone-in, artisan meats, bracingly fresh seafood and tableside preparations.

Located at 1050 31st St. NW Washington, DC 20007. Call 202-617-2424 to reserve a table.


A sophisticated blend of Latin-Asian styles and flavors by acclaimed Chef Richard Sandoval, Zengo’s menu is representative of Sandoval’s heritage and his passion for Asian cuisine. Every few months, Zengo unveils a menu as part of its popular “Test Kitchen” feature, which showcases the flavors and cooking techniques from one Latin-American and one Asian country.

Located at 781 7th St. NW. Call 202-393-2929 to book a table.


The restaurant shows a different side of Spain with tapas by José Andrés. From Jan. 19 to Feb. 1, it will feature special menus that showcase signature dishes, perfect for experiencing Jaleo’s authentic Spanish tapas. Hand-selected bottles of wine at a special Restaurant Week price will also be available to pair with regular menus.

Located at 480 7th St. NW. Contact the restaurant at 202-628-7949.

Bombay Club

The Bombay Club emulates characteristics of the old clubs of India. The cuisine is the finest of India, utilizing only the best quality ingredients to create a harmony of subtle flavors. Specialties prepared by Executive Chef Nilesh Singhvi include tandoori salmon and green chili chicken.

815 Connecticut Ave. NW. Call (202) 659-3727 to make a reservation.


Agora, an ancient Greek term meaning “a gathering place,” is a Mediterranean oasis in Washington, D.C. Executive Chef Ghassan Jarrouj has fused the traditional culinary traditions of the Mediterranean, bringing flavors inspired by the cuisines of Turkey, Lebanon and Greece.

Located at 1527 17th St. NW. Call (202) 332-6767 for reservations.

Other restaurants in Georgetown participating in restaurant week include Fiola Mare, Farmers Fishers Bakers, 1789 Restaurant, Bandolero, Boveda, Cafe Milano, Clyde’s of Georgetown, Daily Grill Georgetown, Degrees, El Centro D.F., La Chaumiere, Mama Rouge, Morton’s, Sea Catch and Unum Restaurant.

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