During the event, participating restaurants offer fixed-price three-course lunch and dinner menus. Typically, the prices for the meals are lower than the regular prices on the restaurant’s menu, which makes dining out more affordable and accessible for those who may not normally be able to do so. Diners are also able to try new restaurants or revisit familiar ones at a more affordable price. Many restaurants participate in Winter Restaurant Week, which offers people an opportunity to experience many dining options in the D.C. metropolitan area.
J. Hollinger’s Waterman’s Chophouse at 8606 Colesville Rd., Matchbox at 919 Ellsworth Dr., and The Daily Dish at 8301 Grubb Rd. will offer $25 lunch and $40 pre-fixe dinner menus all week, with a paired wine or cocktail.
Reservations should be made well in advance, if possible, at some of the most popular restaurants since they tend to fill up quickly. In addition, restaurants may experience a surge in business during restaurant week, so if you are planning to dine out during the event, you should expect a wait.
Detailed information about participating restaurants, their menus, and special offers can be found on the Winter Restaurant Week website.