DC Restaurant Week Menus!

cheflogoIt’s that time again! It’s a lot of work but every year (twice a year) I compile (as many as I can) the DC’s Restaurant Week Menus! As you know, the 2011 Winter Restaurant Week is January 17-23.

I have posted some listings and descriptions of participating restaurants and their menus but you should continously look on the large Button on the right column of the website. It is the page where the menus are uploaded and updated — hourly.

Prices have increased just one penny to reflect the year, 2011. Lunch (3 courses $20.11); Dinner (3 courses $35.11). For more information: RW Tips and how to get the most bang for your buck and previous Top Ten Restaurant Week picks. The official RW is just 7 days but many DC restaurants extend their promotions an extra week or sometimes an entire month. See below for a listing of those extensions.

Remember: Restaurants that offer their full menu are considered the best deal. The restaurants that already offer prix fixe menus or pre-theatre menus all year-long, such as Oya or Cafe Atlantico, you can take advantage of anytime. In addition, restaurants that offers any small-plates/tapas/mezze, are all great, but already generally offer good deals year-round. Some restaurants offer only limited selections, or include various surcharges (sometimes called supplemental fees) for some of their better dishes – these should be avoided.

Some of the hottest new restaurants are participating this winter. See http://washington.org/restaurantwk/ for the RW official page to see participating restaurants, and to make reservations.

DC Restaurant Week Menus:

14K Restaurant: (Lunch / Dinner) Located at the corner of 14th and K Streets, NW in the historic Hamilton Crowne Plaza Hotel, a Washington DC landmark since the 1920?s; just blocks from the White House, the Washington DC Convention Center and many of the Nation’s Monuments and Museums.

15 Ria: (Lunch / Dinner)

1905 Bistro & Bar: (Dinner only)

2941 Restaurant: (Lunch only) 2941 will be offering the Restaurant Week three-course lunch early from January 10th and extending their promotion until January 31st. In addition to the Restaurant Week lunch menu, Sommelier Matthew Carroll will also offer specials on wines by the glass available only during the month of January.

Photo by Powers & Crewe Photography

701 Restaurant: (Lunch /Dinner) Chef Ed Witt’s special 3-course Lunch and Dinner Restaurant Week menus are posted on their web site. It’s flash so click on Events and then Restaurant Week. Their lunch menu features a seasonal Chestnut and Mushroom Soup and Duck Confit. For Dinner options include a Beef Cheek appetizer with Truffled Sweet Potatoes and Caramelized Apple.

Acadiana: (Lunch / Dinner) As always, all Passion Food Group restaurants embrace Restaurant Week by allowing diners the opportunity to experience their restaurants as if it were just any other week. At Acadiana and all of their other sister restaurants, Ceiba, DC Coast, PassionFish and TenPenh diners will enjoy a three-course meal of their choosing. Guests will have a variety of appetizers and desserts to choose from, and Acadiana is proud to continue their tradition of offering any entree on their regular lunch or dinner menu as second course.

Adour at St. Regis Washington, DC: (Dinner only) Situated inside the elegant and luxurious St. Regis Washington, D.C., Adour offers Washingtonians a glimpse into legendary Chef Alain Ducasse’s culinary mastery. Since it’s opening in September 2008, the restaurant was nominated by the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Area of Washington as the ’Best New Open Restaurant’. Although they offer a pre-theatre menu for $49, the RW offering is just $35.11 with no surcharges! It’s an excellent value at one of DC’s most romantic restaurants. In addition, Adour has extended the promotion in the past and may announce their extension so stay tuned!

Againn DC: (Lunch / Dinner) The new British Gastropub will shock you, this is not your usual British fare. Executive Chef Wes Morton, joins Againn after having worked at some of the fine kitchens of Washington DC such as Citronelle and CityZen. The restaurant is new but you won’t be able to tell – the kitchen is in sync and the beverage program is well-developed. I recommend trying out Againn especially for RW lunch.

Agora Falafel

Agora’s falafel–photo by Lisa Shapiro

Agora: (Lunch / Dinner) The newly opened Mediterranean eatery Agora in Dupont Circle offers a healthy and delicious lunch menu with authentic starters such as the cacik, a yogurt-based dip with fresh cucumber, dill, garlic and homemade olive oil imported from the owner’s family farm in Foca, Turkey. The restaurant’s bread is so light and fluffy you’re tempted to fill up on the dip and olive oil alone. As for that Mediterranean staple falafel, it came smothered in tahini and served in a pita–an enormous portion that could easily be shared with a friend. Amid all of Agora’s deliciously authentic dishes, my favorite dish was the Ottoman rice with slivered almonds, saffron, black currant, pine nuts and dried apricots, topped with fried shallots and dates. More review w/Photos

A La Lucia: (Lunch / Dinner) A La Lucia is participating in both DC Restaurant Week and Alexandria’s Winter Restaurant Week January 21-30th with the same menu so you have over two weeks to get a great bargain.

Argia’s Italian Restaurant: (Lunch / Dinner) There is always something happening at Argia’s. Get 1/2 Priced Bottles of Wine on Mondays; Tuesday is Kids Night: Free kids meal with a purchase of pasta or entree; on Wednesday Evenings enjoy Mussel Madness Solo Mussels $6.95/over pasta $13.95. Also any day of the week enjoy their Theater Discount – 10% off your food bill when you present your tickets to that evenings show at the State Theater.

Art & Soul: (Lunch / Dinner) The new Chef is offering many of Chef Art Smith’s down-home favorites that are available on the regular lunch and dinner menu, including one of my favorites, the Country Cesar Salad and their acclaimed fried chicken. This is an excellent way to sample their extraordinary cuisine at an exceptional value. Busy the actual week of RW? Not to worry! Art and Soul is extending the promotion until the 30th.

Asia Nine Bar & Lounge: (Lunch / Dinner)

Assaggi Osteria (McLean, VA): (Lunch / Dinner) For lunch, choose 2 courses from their special RW menu for $12.

Bangkok Joe’s: (Lunch / Dinner)

Barcode: (Lunch / Dinner) Offering the full menu a la carte, 4-course dinner plus a free glass of wine for guests.

Bastille: (Lunch / Dinner)

Belga Cafe: (Lunch / Dinner) (Thru Jan 22nd)

Bistro Bis: (Lunch / Dinner) Menus are posted on their website: http://www.bistrobis.com/ under Menus and ’Other Menus’ (Note: There are many upcharges.’

Bistro Français: (Lunch / Dinner)

Bistrot Lepic & Wine Bar: (Lunch / Dinner) This quaint and charming French bistro celebrated its 15th anniversary in April 2010 as Owner/Chef Bruno Fortin brought an authentic piece of Paris to Georgetown in 1995. The 20-seat Wine Bar opened in 2002 and is a friendly intimate and inviting gathering place. Executive Chef Simon Ndjiki-Nya’s restaurant week menu is an excellent sampling of his fine cooking with No Upcharges! Hooray!

Blacksalt: (Lunch only)

Bobby Van’s Grill: (Lunch / Dinner)

Bourbon Steak (DC): (Lunch only) Under Menus click Restaurant Week 2011.

Buddha Bar DC: (Lunch only) This menu offers a choice Appetizer: Miso Soup, Salt and Pepper Calamari, Vietnamese Spring Rolls, or California Roll; Main Course: Korean BBQ Sandwich, Kobe Beef Sliders, Japanese Sea Bass Tacos, or Mass Roll; and for dessert, Chocolate Sesame Bars. The regular à la carte menu will also be available, along with an assortment of beverages charged based on consumption.

Cafe Berlin: (Lunch / Dinner)

Cafe Milano: (Lunch only)

Cafe Promenade: (Lunch / Dinner)

Casa Oaxaca: (Dinner only)

Caucas Room (The): (Lunch / Dinner)

Ceiba: (Lunch / Dinner) As always, all Passion Food Group restaurants embrace Restaurant Week by allowing diners the opportunity to experience their restaurants as if it were just any other week. At Ceiba, and all of their other sister restaurants, Acadiana, DC Coast, PassionFish and TenPenh diners will enjoy a three-course meal of their choosing. Guests will have a variety of appetizers and desserts to choose from, and Ceiba is proud to continue their tradition of offering any entree on their regular lunch or dinner menu as second course.

Charlie Palmer Steak (DC): (Lunch / Dinner)

Chef Geoff’s: (Georgetown; Downtown; Tysons Corner) (Lunch / Dinner) For DC Restaurant Week, Chef Geoff’s offers the WHOLE menu, with no upcharges. Guests may choose any soup salad or starter followed by any entree followed by any dessert.

Co Co. Sala's "Bites" Trio Restaurant Week DC Winter 2011

Co Co. Sala’s “Bites” Trio

Co Co. Sala: (Brunch / Dinner) Warm up your winter with hot co co. followed by three more courses priced at $35.11 per person. In addition to the Manchego & Baby Arugula or Tomato & Burrata Salad starter, guests are welcome to choose two signature Co Co. Bites such as the Tandoori Chicken Slider, Bacon Mac & Cheese, or Crispy Creole Crabcake with a Chipotle Chocolate Tomato Glaze. The sweet Sticky Situation or their hocolate Onyx Dessert are the perfect ending for this wonderful winter deal! (Closed Sunday evenings).

Brunch is offered 11am-2:30pm during Restaurant Week on Saturday & Sunday, Jan 22nd & 23rd and experience their 3-course Prix Fixe for $25.11! Indulge in their decadent brunch incuding beautiful desserts, creative entrees, and refreshing champagne cocktails. Executive Chef Santosh Tiptur serves delectable dishes such as our popular French Toast S’mores, Breakfast Flatbread and Grown-up Grilled Cheese with Truffle Brioche. They will also be offering their regular brunch menu which features both a la carte and prix fixe on Saturday and Sunday, Jan 29 & 30 11am- 2:30pm.

Firehouse Burger

Firehouse Burger. Photo by L. Shapiro

Columbia Firehouse (The): (Brunch / Lunch / Dinner) Extending until January 30, they are also offering Sunday Brunch. For Lunch, diners may choose any first course selection (with the exception of the raw bar), any sandwich, entree salad followed by any any dessert for $20.11. Meat lovers will devour Columbia Firehouse’s burger, made with only the best pasture-raised Angus beef from Chef Nathan Anda’s Red Apron Butchery (see photo on right). For Dinner, guests may choose any first course selection (with the exception of the raw bar), cheese and charcuterie, any sandwich, entree salad or entree followed by any any dessert for $35.11. See Dining in DC’s Review from Restaurant Week 2009 (Week of opening).

Cuba Libre DC: (Brunch / Lunch)

Darlington House: (Lunch / Dinner)

DC Coast: (Lunch / Dinner) As always, all Passion Food Group restaurants embrace Restaurant Week by allowing diners the opportunity to experience their restaurants as if it were just any other week. At DC Coast and all of their other sister restaurants, Acadiana, Ceiba, PassionFish and TenPenh diners will enjoy a three-course meal of their choosing. Guests will have a variety of appetizers and desserts to choose from, and DC Coast a is proud to continue their tradition of offering any entree on their regular lunch or dinner menu as second course.

Dino: (Brunch/ Dinner) Not many restaurants celebrate Restaurant Week like Dino. Not only will they extend the promotion until January 31st, but Dino will offer their FULL Dinner menu for restaurant week. Choose 3 courses from their entire Dinner menu {a few items may have an up-charge} and plus wines $50 are 33% off. {Gluten Free}: Dishes indicated with an r at the end of the description contain gluten but can be made gluten free. Ask your server. Sunday brunch offered on 1/23 and 1/30 at Restaurant week pricing $20.12 for 3 courses!

District Chophouse (The): (Lunch / Dinner)

Domaso Trattiria Modera: ( Lunch/ Dinner) Domaso is offering four courses instead of three at dinner. Located on the 4th floor of the Hotel Palomar Arlington in Rosslyn, VA, their menu showcases modern interpretations of Northern Italian cuisine using only fresh, organic and seasonal ingredients to create a wide variety of seafood, beef, pork, pasta and vegetarian dishes.

Eatonville: (Lunch / Dinner)

El Manantial: (Lunch / Dinner)

Eola: (Dinner only)

Evening Star Cafe (Del Ray): (Dinner only)

Extra Virgin (Shirlington): (Lunch / Dinner)

Farmers & Fishers: (Brunch / Lunch/ Dinner) Both menus run Jan 17-30. Also Sunday Brunch is offered at a special price ($20.11).

Farrah Olivia by Morou: (Dinner only) Morou is offering his Ivory Coast inspired menu in the private dining room at Kora in Crystal City, VA.

Firefly: (Lunch / Dinner) The dinner menu offers their full selection of dinner entrees with minor up-charges on only 3 items.

Floriana Restaurant: (Dinner only) Floriana is offering their entire regular dinner menu to diners to create their own 3-course menu. Diners will have a choice of any Soup, Salad or appetizer for first course; for second course, choose and Pasta; and any Dessert. To see their menu click menu.

Fourth Estate Restaurant at the National Press Club: (Lunch / Dinner)

Georgia Brown: (Dinner only) Offering a Restaurant Week dinner menu of its home-cooking including dishes such as Heirloom Tomatoes with Country Ham decorated with Rosemary Fig Vinaigrette and Slow Braised Pork Shank with Deep Fried Brussels Sprouts. Guests are encouraged to end the evening with Georgia Brown’s melt-in-your mouth classic, the Peach Cobbler.

Granville Moore: (Lunch / Dinner) Participating in H Street Eats the same time as restaurant week. They’re doing a special all week – choice of any moules, an order of small frites (with 1 dipping sauce) and a slice of Cheesecake for $20.11. Promo runs from 17th thru the 23rd.

The Grille at Morrison House: (Dinner only) The Grille is also participating in Alexandria’s Winter Restaurant Week (the week following DC Restaurant Week) with the same menu.

Harry’s Tap Room (Clarendon, VA): (Lunch / Dinner) Their 3-course Restaurant Week menu features organic and natural ingredients sourced from local farms. Ask the Sommelier for a wine pairing from their expertly selected All-American wine list.

Hudson Restaurant: (Sunday Brunch /Lunch / Dinner) Enjoy some of Chef Demetrio Zavala’s newest creations. The Short Ribs are to die for!

iCi Urban Bistro: (Lunch / Dinner) Ici Urban Bistro offers a fresh and contemporary twist on traditional French cuisine. Executive Chef, Olivier Perret, a native of Burgundy, France, has captivated DC diners with his innovative and contemporary approach to traditional French cooking. Chef Perret uses fresh and local ingredients while adhering to his classical training.

Indique: (Dinner only)

Indique Heights: (Dinner only)

Jackson 20: (Brunch / Lunch / Dinner) Jackson 20 will offer their entire menu at all meal periods, and their beverage specials will be available during RW, including bottomless mimosas for brunch, Wine Down Mondays and their 20/20 wine list (20 wines for $20). Jackson 20 is also participating in Alexandria Restaurant Week (the week following DC Restaurant Week) with the same menus.

Jaleo: (Lunch / Dinner) Extended Thru Jan 30th

J&G Steakhouse: (Lunch) Inside the swanky W Hotel, J&G Steakhouse by acclaimed French Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten normally falls into the expense account slash special occasion only category; however, by participating in DC Restaurant Week and extending one full week until Friday, January 28th, J&G Steakhouse gives locals a chance to dine like those living the good life.

Juniper at the Fairmont: (Lunch / Dinner)

Kellari Taverna: (Lunch / Dinner) They’re starting early offering their 3 course menus January 10th!

Kinkead’s, An American Brasserie: (Lunch / Dinner) For lunch only, Kinkead’s is offering their special 3-course DC Restaurant Week menu each weekday during the month of January beginning January 3rd and ending January 28th.) For Dinner, Kinkead’s is offering their dinner menu Jan 17-23rd. Their menus are posted to their website http://www.kinkead.com under Menus and Promotional.

Kushi Izakaya, is not only participating in Restaurant Week for the first time during lunch and dinner, but also extending the restaurant week promotional pricing for an additional week. Kushi’s Restaurant Week Menu allows diners to taste several of Kushi’s much talked-about dishes in a four-course progression including the pork belly and duck sausage kushiyaki, wood-grilled maitake mushrooms and the famed sea salt gelato.

La Bergerie: (Lunch / Dinner) La Bergerie will extend their special 3-course DC Restaurant Week menus until January 30th.

La Chaumiere: (Lunch / Dinner)

Legal Seafoods (DC 7th St, NW): (Dinner only)

Lima: (Dinner only) Lima is extending until January 30th and is offering their entire regular dinner menu. Diners will enjoy a three-course meal of their choosing.

Masa 14: (Lunch / Dinner) Chef Richard Sandoval, who brought us his marriage of Latin-Asian flavors, Zengo partnered with Chef Kaz Okochi of Kaz Sushi Bistro to bring us Masa 14 – serving Latin and Asian small plates.

Me Jana: (Lunch / Dinner)

Melrose Hotel (DC): (Lunch / Dinner) ** Not listed on Opentable’s list! The Landmark Restaurant in the Melrose Hotel situated on Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, in Washington DC’s fashionable West End, offers a modern American Menu.

Mie N Yu's exclusive VIP table, "The Birdcage"

Mie N Yu’s exclusive VIP table, “The Birdcage”

Mie N Yu (Georgetown): (Dinner only) Enjoy FOUR courses with Mie N Yu’s Restaurant Week Menu instead of three. Also, wine and cocktail specials will be featured!

Mio: (Lunch /Dinner ) Extending the entire month of January and featuring a new special 3-course menu each week.

Monocle on Capitol Hill: (Lunch / Dinner)

Morton’s Steakhouse (Reston): (Lunch / Dinner)

Morton’s Steakhouse (Tysons Corner): (Dinner only)

Morton’s Steakhouse (Arlington): (Dinner only)

Nage Restaurant DC: (Lunch / Dinner) Believing that one week is just not enough time, Nage Bistro in Scott Circle will be extending the Restaurant Week pricing for the entire month of January. Executive Chef Glenn Babcock adds creative flair to his American menu and guests can relax in a comfortable dining atmosphere and nosh on dishes such as Smoked Chesapeake Perch Salad, Ricotta Gnocchi with Buffalo Mozzarella, and rich Doubleshot Espresso Tiramisu to complete the night.

Neyla Restaurant: (Dinner only) A Mediterranean Grill inspired by the architecture of beautiful Romanesque Mediterranean villas, will offer a Restaurant Week dinner menu featuring flavorful dishes such as a Mediterranean Salad with Roasted Bell Pepper and Feta Cheese with a Sherry Vinegar, Shrimp Kabob marinated in Oregano and Olive Oil, and Osmaliya, a shredded crispy Phyllo Dough topped with Honey Syrup and Pistachio for dessert.

Occidental Seafood Room DC: (Lunch / Dinner)

Odeon Cafe: (Lunch / Dinner)

Oya: (Dinner only)

Oyamel: (Lunch / Dinner)

Paolo’s Ristorante: (Dinner only) An iconic Georgetown dining spot will be offering a Restaurant Week dinner menu and will offer diners authentic Italian dinner dishes including Roasted Sage Chicken Ravioli en Brodo, Mortadella Tortelloni with Spinach, Risotto Crab Cake, and Chocolate Panna Cotta with Raspberry Vacherins and sweet Hazelnut Brittle.

PassionFish: (Lunch / Dinner) Enjoy a three-course meal at PassionFish in Reston Town Center, the newest fun-loving sister of the Passion Food Group, or any of their restaurants for lunch or dinner during Restaurant Week. You’ll have a variety of appetizers and desserts to choose from. If you have children, they’ll love it here. The kids menu is top notch!

Perry’s: (Dinner only) Extending until January 31st.

Policy DC: (Dinner only) Three courses plus Dessert or three courses and a optional course.

Restaurant 3: (Lunch / Dinner) 3 in Clarendon will be extending Restaurant Week thru Saturday, January 29th for and will offer guests a complimentary glass of house wine or draft beer during dinner. During lunch, diners can enjoy courses such as Southern-style Savannah Wings or the Cuban Sandwich with Slow Roasted Pork, Tasso Ham and Fontina Cheese. With a dinner reservation, guests can indulge in satisfying dishes like Fried Green Tomatoes with Goat Cheese, Green Tomato Relish, and Creole Remoulade, 16 ounce Bone-In Rib Eye with Mashed Potatoes, and end the night with 3’s favorite Chocolate Bread Pudding with warm white chocolate sauce.

Ris: (Lunch / Dinner) This upscale neighborhood cafe by former 1789 chef Ris Lacoste offers a creative 3-course DC Restaurant Week menu with fare such as gnudi – ricotta dumplings on a bed of tomatoes with spinach and prosciutto – as well as a dinner-only cider-glazed, grilled pork chop with collard greens and corn-bread pudding in a bacon and bourbon sauce.

Smith Commons: (Dinner only) Extending until Jan 30th and offering a complimentary Beer to each guest over 21.

Sonoma Restaurant + Wine Bar: (Lunch/ Dinner)

Sou’Wester: (Lunch / Dinner) The casual Southern restaurant by CityZen’s Executive Chef Eric Ziebold on DC’s Southwest waterfront is offering a terrific menu for restaurant week, executed by Chef de Cuisine Rachael Harriman. the new Southern-inspired menu features American comfort food, inspired by products of the mid-Atlantic region, including the Maryland Blue Crab Bisque, Marinated Chesapeake Bay Rockfish Carparccio, and Shoat Rillettes with Pickled Green Tomatoes.

Taberna del Alaberdero: (Lunch / Dinner)

Tallula: (Dinner only) Tallula will be offering their entire menu, as usual; however, Chef Kaslow continuously updates his menu seasonally. The current menu on the website (attached) is a pretty good representation of the final menu which will be offered during Restaurant Week. If you don’t make it for Restaurant Week, don’t fret. Tallula offers Neighborhood Nosh, a special 3-course dinner for only $35 all night Sunday and Monday and Tuesday through Thursday, 5:30 – 6:30.

TenPenh: (Lunch / Dinner) TenPenh just celebrated their 10th Anniversary in August! As always, all Passion Food Group restaurants embrace Restaurant Week by allowing diners the opportunity to experience their restaurants as if it were just any other week. At TenPenh and all of their other sister restaurants including Acadiana, Ceiba, DC Coast, and PassionFish, diners will enjoy a three-course meal of their choosing. Guests will have a variety of appetizers and desserts to choose from, and TenPenh is proud to continue their tradition of offering any entree on their regular lunch or dinner menu as second course.

Tosca Ristorante: (Dinner only) Chef Massimo Fabri is offering the entire regular dinner menu to diners to create their own 3-course menu. Diners will have a choice of any appetizer for first course; for second course, choose an entree and to finish any Dessert. Executive Chef Massimo Fabbri has earned a superior reputation for making some of the best pasta in the city, which is house-made fresh daily, Tosca ranked within the top 25 of Washingtonian’s Very Best list two years in a row earning three stars out of four. In addition, Tosca has a wonderful pre-theatre dinner for $35 with wonderful choices. *Note: Closed Sundays.

Vermilion: (Lunch / Dinner)

Vidalia’s Shrimp & Grits. Photo by L. Shapiro

Vidalia: (Lunch / Dinner) Menus are posted on their website: http://www.bistrobis.com/ under Menus and ’Other Menus’ (Note: There are a few upcharges.’) See Dining in DC’s Review for 2009 RW. I’ve had the Shrimp and Grits more than once – I don’t recall there ever being an upcharge for them before.

Vinifera Wine Bar & Bistro (Reston, VA): (Lunch / Dinner)

Westend Bistro by Eric Ripert: (Lunch / Dinner)

Wildfire: (Tysons Corner, VA) (Lunch / Dinner) The Wildfire menus include your choice of soup or salad, a Wildfire Signature main course with a choice of a side, and dessert for $20.11* at lunch and $35.11* for dinner per person.

Willow: (Lunch / Dinner) One of Top Picks for DC Restaurant Week, no question! Willow’s cuisine style is described as modern continental and Chef Tracy O’Grady prides herself on using the freshest ingredients featuring local produce, meat, and grains while incorporating classic French and Italian influences. See Dining in DC’s raving review of Willow from Summer 2010 RW. Willow is extending their promotion until Jan 29th!

Zaytinya: (Lunch / Dinner) Extending DC Restaurant Week until January 30th.

ZENTAN: (Dinner only) I have really grown to love ZENTAN, Susur Lee’s Washington, DC restaurant located in the Donovan Hotel house. Ever since Chef Lee has been on Top Chef Masters, the restaurant has received critical acclaim. For appetizers, the Singapore Slaw, one of Susur’s signature dishes is my favorite all time dish. Zentan has the freshest cuts of fish and their selections is designed to showcase the authentic tradition of the cuisine. The crudo plate is sure to please. Also on the RW menu is the Cantonese Marinated Skirt Steak which is tender, juicy, and very flavorful.

Zest American Bistro: (Lunch / Dinner) This Capitol Hill neighborhood gem serves up deliciously satisfying food at reasonable prices. Their dishes are both nostalgic and familiar but often have a creative touch. A November 2010 Hilly Runner Up Award – Best New Business.

DC Restaurant Week Extensions:

The following restaurants have extended their restaurant week promotions. See below for list of Winter 2011 RW Extensions:

2941:

      Jan 10-31st


Art and Soul:

      Thru Jan 30th


Cafe Atlantico:

      Thru Jan 3oth

Casa Oaxaca: Thru Jan 30th

Co Co. Sala: Thru Jan 29

Columbia Firehouse: Thru Jan 30th

Dino:

      Thru Jan 31st

Farmers & Fishers

      : Thru Jan 30th

Jaleo: Thru Jan 30th

J&G Steakhouse: Thru Jan 28th

La Bergerie: Thru Jan 3oth

Mio: Entire month of JanuaryNage: Entire month of JanuaryPerry’s: Thru Jan 31st

Restaurant 3: Thru Sat. Jan 29

Smith Commons: Thru Jan 30th

Tuscana West: Thru Jan 30th

Willow: Thru Jan 29th

Zaytinya: Thru Jan 30th

Click here to see DC Restaurant Week Winter 2010 Menus; Summer 2010 DC Restaurant Week menus or Summer 2009 DC Restaurant Week menus.

This menu offers a choice Appetizer: Miso Soup, Salt and Pepper Calamari, Vietnamese Spring Rolls, or California Roll; Main Course: Korean BBQ Sandwich, Kobe Beef Sliders, Japanese Sea Bass Tacos, or Mass Roll; and for dessert, Chocolate Sesame Bars. The regular à la carte menu will also be available, along with an assortment of beverages charged based on consumption.

 

12 Responses to “DC Restaurant Week Menus!”

  1. L. Denise

    Jan 07. 2011

    Woo!

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  2. T. Weaver

    Jan 09. 2011

    Any chance you know what Tabard Inn is planning? I can’t find it online

    Reply to this comment
  3. M. Jones

    Jan 15. 2011

    Thank you for posting all of these! Some of the links don’t seem to be working. Like passionfish.

    Reply to this comment
  4. bcarter3

    Jan 16. 2011

    V frustrating. Almost all the links I tried are dead.

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  5. Restaurant Equipment

    Apr 29. 2011

    Wow! I would love to try the Vidalia’s Shrimp & Grits

    Reply to this comment
  6. rohan

    Aug 03. 2011

    Hola Lisa, I just did a post for DC restaurant week with links to reviews from several DC area blogs, including yours. Hope you don’t mind and that it may be helpful for a few people to learn not only about the restaurants but to check out more DC Food blogs as well. Here it is:

    http://district365.com/dc-restaurant-week-dc-restaurant-reviews-and-spoonbyte/

    Best,
    rohan

    Reply to this comment
  7. Mark Doyle

    Aug 31. 2011

    I loved this one.

    Reply to this comment

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