D.C. Summer Restaurant Week returns in August

Sample, sip, savor from over 200 Greater Washington, D.C. restaurants

The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington (RAMW), a restaurant advocacy group, and some high-profile sponsors are bringing back Metropolitan Washington (D.C.) Summer Restaurant Week in August. The much-anticipated event creates opportunities for diners to sample food and drinks from top restaurants in the Washington, D.C. region at value pricing. Multi-course lunch and dinner menus will be available for $22 and $35, respectively. Brunch at participating restaurants can be had for $22.

D.C. Summer Restaurant Week deals will fire up a chance to sample new dishes and flavors from the 200 participating restaurants of many service styles, and reflecting a breathtaking diversity of cultures all across Greater D.C. RAMW has announced that the list of restaurants and additional information will be available July 10. D.C. Summer Restaurant Week 2019 begins Monday, August 12 and ends Sunday, August 18.

This year, the culinary extravaganza is brought to the region by Events DC, OpenTable, American Express, Woodford Reserve Bourbon, Argentine Beef, Streetsense, and NBC4/Telemundo 44, for starters. More sponsors are sure to join as we get closer to the launch date. For additional details as they become available, tune into our coverage, and also check out the D.C. Summer Restaurant Week website.

Diners looking for more deals can opt in to RAMW’s Diner Rewards Program at www.rwdmv.com to receive email offers. Check it out.

Photo credit: Patrick Browne

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