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Washington Restaurant Week Extensions
Never made it out for a special lunch or dinner last week? Now’s your chance. By Anna Spiegel
Jaleo Penn Quarter is one of the many restaurants offering extensions on Restaurant Week lunch and dinner menus. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Comments () | Published February 11, 2013

So you were busy last week and never made a reservation for one of the specially priced lunch or dinner menus. Not to worry: A number of spots are extending their deals, from a few days to a number of weeks. Browse the list below for menus and dates, and check back in for additional restaurants joining the group. Curious as to which made our latest 100 Very Best Restaurant list? Head to the newsstand for the current issue, or check out our earlier roundup.

Bistro Cacao
Lunch and dinner menus are offered at this Capitol Hill French bistro through Sunday, February 17.

Chima
“Preferred diners” of this Brazilian steakhouse can order from the restaurant week dinner menu through Wednesday, February 13 (you can sign up through free online registration).

Dino
Mention the “super secret restaurant week extension” when making a reservation or ordering, and you’ll get the restaurant week deal through Wednesday, February 13. The “wine madness” promotion is also on offer, with $50-plus bottles at a 33 percent discount.

Ezmè
Come for lunch and dinner menus of Turkish mezze through Sunday, February 17.

Jaleo
The Crystal City, Bethesda, and Penn Quarter locations offer lunch and dinner menus through Sunday, February 17.

Old Angler’s Inn
With the exception of Valentine’s Day, you can get chef Nick Palermo’s lunch and dinner menus through Thursday, February 28.

Oyamel
Fans of Mexican small plates can head over for set lunch and dinner deals through Sunday, February 17.

Smith Commons
The dinner menu at this H Street gastropub is available through Sunday, February 17.

Zaytinya
José Andrés’s standout Mediterranean spot extends the deal for lunch and dinner through Sunday, February 17.

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