Your Guide to Restaurant Week 2014 - The Apartments at CityCenter

Downtown D.C. has become a powerhouse of cuisine; with new restaurants opening almost daily, Washington has quickly established itself as a food-lover’s dream. Now there’s a way to enjoy a plethora of meals in restaurants new and old – DC Restaurant Week.

Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington at Policy Restaurant and Lounge.

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DC Restaurant Week happens twice a year – once in the beginning and again towards the close of the summer season. Produced by Destination D.C. and the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington, D.C.’s Restaurant Week includes more than 200 of the city’s finest dining establishments. Participating restaurants offer 3-course lunches for $20.14 and 3-course dinners for $35.14.

You can enjoy Mexican, French, Italian, American, seafood and more in beautiful surroundings and in good company! Plus, with participating restaurants all over the city, you won’t have to stray far from The Apartments at CityCenter to enjoy sumptuous meals at a reasonable cost.

Restaurant Week runs from January 13 – 19, although occasionally it’s extended to accommodate demand.  Oh yes, Restaurant Week is very popular and at times frustrating to navigate.  Below are a few tips to help you make the most out of your experience!

– Don’t miss the chance to eat at your favorite restaurant – make reservations early! Lots of the most popular restaurants may be booked full in advance.

– Check out menus ahead of time to narrow down your top choices.

– Double check that the restaurant you’re visiting is participating in both the lunch and dinner Restaurant Week specials. Not all restaurants participate in both meals.

– Share your experience by submitting a review.

Don’t miss your chance to enjoy the best of D.C. during the first Restaurant Week of 2014!



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