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Make your reservations now for this summer’s Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week

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Ambar’s Capitol Hill and Clarendon locations will be among the more then 200 area restaurants participating in Washington, DC Summer Restaurant Week 2018. Photo by Ardent Vibe.

The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) is hosting is the annual summer edition of Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week, August 13 to 19, with more than 200 participating restaurants across the region offering special three-course lunches ($22), brunches ($22), and/or dinners ($35).

All of the participating restaurants are listing on RAMW’s website and includes information on which meal service or combination of meal services they are offering along with corresponding menus.

Select restaurants including 701 Restaurant, All Set Restaurant & Bar, Ambar Capitol Hill, Ambar Clarendon, BABA, Bibiana, Bindaas Cleveland Park, Bindaas Foggy Bottom, Bombay Club, Buena Vida, China, Chilcano, Jaleo Crystal City, Jaleo Penn Quarter, The Oval Room, Oyamel, and SABABA will be extending their offerings through August 26, allowing more time to enjoy the summer savings.

Restaurant Week Diner Rewards

Diners who use RAMW’s special Restaurant Week website to book their reservation will be entered to win prizes as part of the Restaurant Week Diner Rewards program.

How it works:

  1. Book your reservation at RWDMV.com
  2. Opt-in to receive RWMW’s emails about exclusive deals on meals to be automatically included in the pool of entries

Prizes for the 2018 Restaurant Week promotions:

  • Tickets to local food-related events
  • Restaurant gift cards
  • Cookbooks from local chef’s and restaurant concepts
Troy Petenbrink

Troy, also known as The Gay Traveler, is a well known travel and food writer. His has been a regular contributor to a variety of outlets including National Geographic, Travel Channel, DCRefined, CBS Local, and Metro Weekly. He also appears on local Washington news outlets as a travel expert.

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