Restaurant Week Is Your Chance to Dig Into D.C.’s Best Food

What could be better than beating those deep winter blues with some delicious food?

Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week, which runs from January 25 to 31, is perfect for just that, offering three-course lunches and dinners at some of D.C.’s most beloved and most popular restaurants. With options around the city, Restaurant Week is your chance to enjoy the best of D.C. dining.

Restaurant Week

Come and get it: With over 200 participating restaurants across D.C., Maryland and Virginia, even finicky eaters are sure to find something they’ll enjoy. (ramwdc via Instagram)

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Held each year in January and August, Restaurant Week makes it easy to make the most of the many deals available. With a simple search bar that allows you to sort restaurants by location, cuisine and meal, as well as search by name for your favorites, the Restaurant Week site lets you book a table with just a few clicks.

When you book through the site, you are automatically entered in the Diner Rewards program. This year, prizes being awarded include a weekend getaway, gift cards and a Diner Reward card that allows you to eat out at participating restaurants for a year.

Over 200 restaurants across D.C., Maryland and Virginia are taking part in the promotion this year. From French bistros like Bistro Lepic to Jose Andres’ Penn Quarter favorites to neighborhood destinations new and old, the number of options is staggering.

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Most neighborhoods have over a dozen restaurants to choose from, with fine dining destinations like Dupont Circle topping 20. All are offering three-course meals for both lunch and dinner; the lunch will set you back $22, and dinner costs $35.

If you’re hoping to snag a table, it’s best to book early to ensure availability. Given the price point, some of the most exclusive restaurants book quickly. To find your favorites or see what new restaurants you can try, visit the Restaurant Week website.

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Bridey Heing

Bridey Heing is a freelance writer based in Washington, D.C., and a staff writer at Hello Giggles. You can view more of her work here.

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