2007 Restaurant Week–It Ain’t Over Yet

Tons of local restaurants are extending their three-course lunch ($20.07) and dinner ($30.07) menus.

Winter 2007 Restaurant Week officially ended this past Sunday, and as one ends another begins: This Monday, January 22 is the start of Bethesda/Chevy Chase Restaurant Week, during which you can dine on the (sort-of) cheap at such restaurants as Grapeseed, David Craig, and Famoso. You'll find the whole list of restaurants taking part here.

Also, plenty of DC restaurants are extending their $20.07 lunch and $30.07 dinner promotions. It's a double-win–you get to save your bucks and you'll mostly avoid the stressed-out servers, waiting crowds and in-and-out pacing that can define an RW meal.

Through Saturday, January 20: 

Willow (lunch and dinner)

Through Sunday, January 21:

100 King (lunch only)
701 (lunch and dinner)
Ardeo (dinner only)
Butterfield 9  (lunch and dinner)
Farrah Olivia (lunch and dinner)
Leopold’s Kafe & Konditorei (dinner only)
Mie N Yu (lunch and dinner)
The Oval Room (lunch and dinner)
Rosa Mexicano (lunch and dinner)
Sette Bello (lunch and dinner)
Tabaq (dinner only)

Through Sunday, January 28:

Lia’s (two-course lunch for $20.07, three-course dinner for $35)

Through Wednesday, January 31:

21P (dinner only)
Colvin Run Tavern (lunch and dinner)
Dino (dinner only)
Oya (lunch and dinner)
PS7’s (lunch and dinner)

Through Saturday, March 31:

Urbana (dinner only)


Charlie Palmer Steak (lunch only)
David Greggory (lunch and dinner). Call ahead to make sure it’s still going –they haven’t decided when to end the promotion.
Majestic Cafe (dinner only), Tuesday and Wednesday nights through the end of the year.

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Ann Limpert
Executive Food Editor/Critic

Ann Limpert joined Washingtonian in late 2003. She was previously an editorial assistant at Entertainment Weekly and a cook in New York restaurant kitchens, and she is a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education. She lives in Logan Circle.