How many times have you walked past 1789, trudging through the snow on the unfortunate path from Walsh to Leo’s, only to realize you have nothing but fish tacos to stay your appetite for the finer things?
Thankfully, D.C. Restaurant Week provides the opportunity to eat at some of our city’s fanciest joints, turning dreams’ gastronomical mastery into reality.
From Jan. 19 through Jan. 25, a two course lunch and a three course meal will be $20.00 and $35.00, respectively at over 200 restaurants in the DMV area.
These restaurants serve every cuisine imaginable, from Thai to Italian. So, if you’re tired of eating the mystery vegetables in the Aloo Gobi at Leo’s, check out Bombay Club for scrumptious Indian cuisine. Newly opened Mama Rouge provides southeastern Asian cuisine with a French twist on the waterfront. For a quick bite around Georgetown, you can visit Cafe Milano, Clyde’s, El Centro, or even the aforementioned 1789—just to name a few.
The lunch and dinner prices are preset, so all you have to do is head over to your restaurant of choice and mention that you want to participate in the District. Restaurant Week. But these restaurants will be receiving a high volume of visitors during the week, so call ahead to make reservations.
D.C. Restaurant Week provides the unique opportunity to pursue your quest to unearth the finest restaurants D.C. has to offer.
You might even be able to kill two birds with one stone and take that special someone out to dinner someplace other than O’Donovans on the Waterfront.