Restaurant Week - Winter!


Indulge! The possibilities are endless!

Restaurant Week in the Washington Metropolitan area is an eagerly anticipated event for food enthusiasts, showcasing the diverse and vibrant culinary scene of the region. It’s once again time for delicious food and deals.

The Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington brings back its Winter Restaurant Week Monday, Jan. 15 and it runs through Sunday, Jan. 21, for discounted dining at hundreds of local restaurants in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.

To expand menu options available for diners, participating restaurants will offer multi-course brunch and lunch menus for $25 or $35 per person, and multi-course dinner menus for $40, $55, or $65 per person for on-premise dining.

Guests are invited to enjoy extended brunch offerings at select participants on Monday, January 15, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Many restaurants will also offer cocktail, wine, and non-alcoholic pairings, giving diners wanting to partake in the program a variety of beverages to choose from.

First time participants in DC include The Bazaar by José Andrés and Fireclay at the Hotel Washington in Penn Quarter, Flora in the Pendry at The Wharf, Makan and Meli in Columbia Heights, Mita in Shaw, Code Red and Ceibo in Adams Morgan, Mercy Me at Yours Truly Hotel in Golden Triangle, and Xiquet DL in Woodley Park.

First time Virginia participants include Ingle Korean Steakhouse and Tysons Social in Tysons, Corso Italian, Sabores, and Makers Union in Arlington, and NUE in Falls Church.

First time Maryland participants include Charley Prime Foods in Gaithersburg and several Milk and Honey locations including Bowie and College Park in addition to The Wharf, Ashburn, and Fairfax in other areas.

Additionally, other returning favorites to the promotion include 1789 Restaurant, Fiola Mare, Filomena, La Chaumiere, and Tony & Joe’s Seafood Place in Georgetown; Hank’s Oyster Bar, Kaz Sushi Bistro, and Iron Gate in Dupont; Cafe Riggs, Central Michel Richard, and Jaleo in Penn Quarter; Perry’s Restaurant and Tiki on 18th in Adams Morgan; Bastille, Josephine and La Porta’s in Alexandria, Virginia, La Cote D’Or Cafe, Ruthie’s All-Day, Rustico, and Sfoglina in Arlington, Trummers in Clifton, Celebration by Rupa Vira in Ashburn, Joon, WIldfire, and Wren in Tysons; Pennyroyal Station in Mount Rainier, Maryland, All Set Restaurant & Bar and J. Hollinger’s Waterman Chophouse in Silver Spring, and Lia’s, Morton’s, Spanish Diner, and The Salt Line in Bethesda.

Diners should visit the official restaurant week website to view participating restaurant menus and make reservations. Participating restaurants will be added to the website as they join the promotion.


Savor the Flavors

Restaurant Week in the Washington Metropolitan area is more than just a promotional event; it is a celebration of the region's culinary diversity and a testament to the vibrancy of its food scene. Whether you're a local or a visitor, participating in Restaurant Week is an excellent way to explore the gastronomic delights that the area has to offer. Pro tip: Make reservations ASAP.


Winter Restaurant Week - Enjoy all that the DC culinary scene has to offer!

Discounted dining at hundreds of local restaurants in DC, Maryland, and Virginia Why it matters: Restaurant Week can be a good time to check out a new hotspot — especially if they're serving discounted lunches and brunches, the best deal of the week.

What's new: Besides the restaurants themselves, the Restaurant Association implemented a new set of price points this year to reflect rising costs and include a larger variety of restaurants.

Three-course lunches and brunches are $25 or $35, while dinners are set at $40, $55, or $65.