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Restaurant Week Off the Beaten Path

If you forgot to make a reservation for the upcoming Restaurant Week, here are a few places to find similar deals.

The District's Restaurant Week officially starts Monday (here's a list of menus and Todd Kliman's picks), but if you forgot to make reservations, you might be out of luck—seats fill up fast for the three-course $20.11 lunch and $35.11 dinner specials. But the restaurant-stocked communities H Street, Northeast; Alexandria; National Harbor; and Bethesda/Chevy Chase are hosting Restaurant Week, too. Below is a list of the specials, and the places we recommend calling first. 

H Street Eats

From January 17 through 23, a number of restaurants are offering fixed-price meals (for a full list of menus, click here) for $20.11. 

Our favorites from the list: Dangerously Delicious Pies (two savory slices, two sweet slices, two drinks); Ethiopic (20 percent off the food bill); Granville Moore's (mussels, fries, New York cheesecake).

Alexandria Restaurant Week

From January 21 through 30, lots of Alexandria restaurants are offering $35 three-course dinners or $35 dinners for two.

Our favorites from the list: Bastille (three-course); Columbia Firehouse (three-course); Hank's Oyster Bar (three-course); Cheesetique (dinner for two); Pizzeria Paradiso (dinner for two); RedRocks (dinner for two); RT's Restaurant (dinner for two).

Bethesda-Chevy Chase Restaurant Week

From January 24 through 30, more than 35 restaurants are offering two- and three-course lunches for $12 or $15, and dinner is $25 to $30.

Our favorites from the list: Assaggi Mozzarella Bar ($12 lunch, $30 dinner); Grapeseed ($12 lunch, $30 dinner); Redwood ($15 lunch, $30 dinner).

National Harbor Restaurant Week

From February 15 through 28, nine restaurants are offering three-course $20 lunches and $35 dinners. 

Our favorites from the list: Rosa Mexicano; Moon Bay Coastal.

Frederick Restaurant Week

From March 7 through 13, more than a dozen restaurants are offering the following specials: lunch with two courses ($10.11) or three courses ($20.11), and dinner with two courses ($20.11) or three courses ($35.11).

Our favorites from the list: The Tasting Room, Volt.

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