Washington Metropolitan Summer Restaurant Week 2020 runs Aug. 17 – 30

Restaurant Week

Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington’s  Summer Restaurant Week 2020 runs today through Sunday, Aug. 30, with more than 200 participating restaurant locations ranging from fast-casual eateries to traditional dining destinations.

The biannual promotion has also expanded this cycle to include a to-go program featuring meals for two or four people, as well as cocktail and wine pairings, available during the two full weeks to encourage support of hundreds of restaurants throughout Metropolitan Washington.

In addition to multi-course lunch and brunch menus available for $22 per person, Summer Restaurant Week will offer specialty take-out dinner pricing this year starting at $35 for a single person.

Those looking for a socially distant family or date night activity can bring their Summer Restaurant Week curbside or carryout meals to enjoy in the car for Events DC’s Park Up DC, a pop-up drive-in movie summer series at RFK Stadium.

Restaurants offering to-go menus with optional cocktail or wine pairings include Maple Ave Restaurant and Xiquet DL, fast-casual eateries like Sloppy Mama’s and Bub & Pop’s, and fine dining spots like Bond 45 and Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab. First time Restaurant Week participants also include AnnabelleMekki, and Rooster & Owl.

Summer Restaurant Week 2020 is being supported by Events DC and JBG SMITH. They are offsetting all participating costs so restaurants can partake without financial burden. Additional Restaurant Week sponsors include National Landing BID, Streetsense, NBC4, and OpenTable.

Diners can visit the Restaurant Week website at www.rwdmv.com to view participating restaurant menus and to make reservations.

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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