Serving Up: D.C. Restaurant Week
Vox isn’t sure how everyone else feels during the winter, but she likes to think of this time as hibernation—which somehow usually makes her hungry. So when she heard about Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week starting on January 19 and continuing through January 25, it seemed too good to be true.
Ideal for college students looking for a night of real food, DC Restaurant Week provides special three-course opportunities prix fixe. If you are looking for real food for a real deal (aka a break from Leo’s), DC Restaurant Week may be the best place to start.
Menus for participating restaurants are open for both dinner and lunch. Dinner, a new offer from many participating restaurants, according to DCist, is a steal, with a $35.00 fixed price. Lunch will be served at $20.00.
Lunch and dinner will be offered at upcoming locations as well as big name restaurants including 1789 Restaurant located here in Georgetown, among others. On the flip side, DBGB Kitchen and Bar, new to DC but not to New York City, is also participating.
Mark your calendars and save room for dessert! DC Restaurant Week is coming up quickly.
Other participating locations can be found on Open Table.
Photo: Yasu Sekimori via Flickr