DMV Winter Restaurant Week Extended Through Jan. 28

DMV Winter Restaurant Week, hosted by the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW), has been extended through Sunday, Jan. 28, doubling the length of the biannual celebration of the region’s restaurant industry.

More than 140 specially priced menus have been confirmed across D.C., Maryland, and Northern Virginia at participating restaurants.

The promotion details will remain unchanged for diners. Participating restaurants will continue to offer multi-course brunch and lunch menus for $25 or $35 per person, as well as multi-course dinner menus for $40, $55, or $65 per person for on-premise dining.

Additionally, several restaurants are offering cocktail, wine, and non-alcoholic pairings, offering a range of beverage choices for diners.

The Winter Restaurant Week extension is in response to recent winter storms that have made it difficult for many diners to eat out.

“The decision to extend Winter Restaurant Week is reflective of our commitment to the well-being and enjoyment of our restaurant community and its consumers,” RAMW President & CEO Shawn Townsend said in a press release. “This extension is an opportunity for more people to safely enjoy what our local restaurants have to offer, showcasing the resilience and adaptability of our industry.”

Several restaurants in Silver Spring are participating in Winter Restaurant Week, including All Set Restaurant & Bar, Matchbox, The Daily Dish, and J. Hollinger’s Waterman’s Chophouse, which was selected as a top pick by DCist:

This Silver Spring mainstay steakhouse offers both a $25 lunch and $40 dinner, three courses for each with additional a la carte options from the raw bar. For lunch, try the veggie tempura, chophouse burger, and lemon posset. At dinner, opt for a more decadent meal with clams casino, pot roast, and a pear tart.

New restaurants have been added to D.C.’s Winter Restaurant Week lineup for the first time. The new additions 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.

Virginia has new participants, Ingle Korean Steakhouse and Tysons Social in Tysons, Corso Italian, Sabores, and Makers Union in Arlington, and NUE in Falls Church. Maryland also welcomes first-time participants Charley Prime Foods in Gaithersburg, as well as multiple Milk & Honey locations including Bowie and College Park, and The Wharf, Ashburn, and Fairfax in other areas.

Several restaurants located along H Street in D.C. highlight the area’s diverse culinary offerings. The lineup will include new participants like Ethiopic Restaurant, Granville Moore’s, Irregardless, Paste & Rind, Pow Pow, The Queen Vic, Sospeso, and Sticky Rice, alongside returning favorites Mozzeria, Maketto, Stable, and Sticky Fingers Diner.

Several restaurants are returning to the promotion, including 1789 Restaurant, Fiola Mare, Filomena, La Chaumiere, and Tony & Joe’s Seafood Place in Georgetown. Additionally, participants will include 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; and Lia’s, Morton’s, Spanish Diner, and The Salt Line in Bethesda.

Diners can check out the Winter Restaurant Week website to see menus and book reservations at participating restaurants.

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