Whether you are a native Washingtonian or you’ve just landed from somewhere near or far, there is no better time to sample the many delicious choices on the DC food scene than Restaurant Week 2013. Some of the very finest restaurants in Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area will be taking part in this year’s event, which will be held from Monday, February 4 to Sunday, February 10. Participating restaurants will feature three-course prix fixe menus at $20.13 for lunch and $30.13 for dinner. Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to sample the culinary creations of some of the finest establishments in our nation’s capital. Reservations are filling up fast, but if your availability is flexible, it’s definitely worth a call to your favorite restaurant.
The list runs the gamut from higher-end dining spots, to small plates purveyors and chic and trendy lounges. With locations from Dupont Circle, to Clarendon, to Rockville, you’re sure to find somewhere where you can dine. Some notable participating restaurants this year include Bistro Bis, Vidalia, Rasika, Lyon Hall, The Oval Room, Birch and Barley, Jaleo, Coco Sala, Adour at the St. Regis, and many more. You really can’t go wrong with any choice on the list, but if you are looking for one location or style of cuisine in particular, a great resource for reviews and ratings is Opentable, where you can not only see available reservation times, but also see the complete list of choices and regular menus for each establishment. Bon Appetit!
WHEN: Monday, February 4th to Sunday, February 10th, 2013 at lunch and dinner hours.
Please click here to see a list of participating restaurants.