With the Fiscal Cliff over and following the excitement of the Presidential Inauguration ceremony (January 21, 2013), Washingtonians will deserve some much-deserved attention to their stomachs without pushing their budgets off the edge: enter, the Winter 2013 edition of Washington, DC Restaurant Week.
The best way to maximize your experience during Restaurant Weeks is to find restaurants that are normally expensive, highly-regarded for their food, and provide their best efforts to highlight their excellent food and service during Restaurant Week.
Participating restaurants that have truly stood out for their extraordinary food include Vidalia (lunch and dinner), Indique (dinner), and J&G Steakhouse (lunch and dinner).
Other highly-rated restaurants include the following:
– 1789 Restaurant (Dinner)
– 2941 Restaurant (Lunch, Dinner)
– Chima Brazilian Steakhouse (Dinner)
– Oval Room (Lunch, Dinner)
– Prime Rib (Lunch/Dinner)
DC Restaurant Week, which includes some restaurants in nearby Maryland and Virginia, takes place February 4-10, 2013 with 3-course lunches for $20.13 and 3-course dinners for $35.13. Â For a complete list of restaurants, click here
Take a culinary vacation on a budget without leaving the city through Winter Washington, DC Restaurant Week 2013, a deal that our resident foodie President Obama and everyone across the political spectrum can embrace together!