Restaurant Week In Georgetown

Washington D.C.’s Restaurant Week provides a rare opportunity for residents and visitors to taste food from a diverse group of DC’s finest restaurants at affordable prices. Between August 15 and 21, over 200 local restaurants will serve 3-course lunches for $20.11 and 3-course dinners for $35.11. The cuisines offered this year include French, Italian, Mexican, Pan-Asia, Mediterranean and many more.

Participating Restaurants located in Georgetown

American:

1789 Restaurant features classic American dishes and was voted one of “America’s Top Tables” by readers of Gourmet magazine. Diners sit in one of six elegant dining rooms filled with historical prints and American antiques. Offers dinner only.

Chef Geoff's, described by the lead chef as a “neighborhood restaurant,” is known for its Contemporary American dining, which includes dishes such as “Slow Roasted Beef Brisket” and “Big Shrimp and Very Gouda Grits.” Choose from indoor, outdoor or bar seating.

Juniper at the Fairmont Washington DC is a Contemporary American restaurant that uses sustainable ingredients to create traditional American dishes with a modern twist. Enjoy a range of classic comfort foods presented in creative and artistic ways.

Thunder Burger & Bar, recognized for its juicy signature burgers, is an edgy and energetic restaurant, perfect for intimate dates or large family gatherings.

Bourbon Steak, a Contemporary American restaurant located in the Four Seasons Hotel, serves award-winning butter-poached meat and elegant seafood dishes. Offers lunch only.

French:

Bistro Francais is a cozy spot that features authentic French dishes in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. Open until three am or later, Bistro Francais is the perfect place to go for a late-night snack. The restaurant offers an extensive French and American wine collection.

Bistrot Lepic & Wine Bar, a charming restaurant located in Upper Georgetown, offers French seafood and poultry dishes. The dim-lit wine bar is a favorite for intimate dates.

Cafe Bonaparte, praised as the “quintessential European café,” is an intimate French café with indoor and outdoor seating that serves award-winning fruit and Nutella crepes and French coffees.

La Chaumiere resembles a French inn, with tables surrounding a central fireplace and bottles of French wine resting on wooden beams around the restaurant. Diners enjoy award-winning French food in a comfortable, relaxed environment where all feel welcomed.

International:

Mie N Yu is a lively and exotic restaurant where dining areas are decorated to complement the diverse range of international foods. Diners can enjoy their meal in a vibrant Moroccan Bazaar or a traditional Turkish Tent. At Mie N Yu one not only eats unique and delicious foods, but also experiences the culture of another part of the world. Offers dinner only.

Italian:

Café Milano, known to attract a number of diplomats, lawmakers, and entertainers alike, offers first-class Italian food in a sophisticated and elegant dining room. Offers lunch only.

Il Canale features authentic food from Southern Italy, including gourmet thin-crust pizza, baked in ovens imported from Naples. Il Canale is rumored to be one of the top spots in D.C. where Italians prefer to get Italian food.

Paolo's Ristorante combines classical Italian cuisine with modern Californian flavors to create their well-known pizzas and pastas. Diners can watch as the chefs prepare their meal in the open kitchen. Offers dinner only.

Ristorante Piccolo is a romantic Italian restaurant, which is often the site of intimate dates and marriage proposals. The numerous fireplaces, handcrafted art and textiles contribute to its warm and cozy atmosphere.

Mediterranean:

Neyla features a diverse variety of food from countries across the Mediterranean, including Egypt, Greece, Lebanon and Turkey. Neyla serves exotic and flavorful mezza, which is ideal for sharing, and charcoal-grilled kebabs.

Seafood:

Sea Catch, located right along the C&O Canal, is known for its fresh seafood and friendly ambiance. The Deck overlooking the canal is a great place to catch the summer breeze while cooling down with some fresh clams or mussels from the raw bar.

Sequoia, with its sprawling, three-tier outdoor terrace overlooking the Potomac River, is a first-class American restaurant, specializing in seafood. Enjoy views of the Kennedy Center and Watergate Hotel while dining here.

Spanish:

Bodega Spanish Tapas & Lounge offers an extensive variety of Spanish tapas, paellas and Sangria. Diners can taste the well-known garlic shrimp tapas, while drinking Cava, a Spanish sparkling wine. Alcoves provide the perfect place to create an intimate setting, while the long dining room tables are ideal for larger groups.

To Learn of other restuarants visit restaurantweekmetrodc.org

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