2014 Summer Restaurant Week Extensions (Menus)

Dining deals through the rest of August.

Just when you thought all the 14-cent fun was over, a variety of eateries are extending their Summer Restaurant Week deals. The following spots offer $20.14 lunches and $35.14 lunches, dinners, and/or brunches, plus a few specials on wine and other beverages. Don’t forget that Alexandria Restaurant Week is also happening now through Sunday.

Through Friday, August 22


2941 Fairview Park Dr., Falls Church

You’ll find three-course set lunch and dinner menus with dishes such as salmon tartare and yellow-corn ravioli.

Through Saturday, August 23


601 Pennsylvania Ave., NW

Full à-la-carte and tasting menus are offered alongside the set RW lunch and dinner offerings at chef Fabio Trabocchi’s elegant Italian spot.

Through Sunday, August 24


701 Pennsylvania Ave., NW

Chef Benjamin Lambert’s lunch and dinner prix-fixe menus includes the likes of beef carpaccio and steak with béarnaise vinaigrette.


523 Eighth St., SE

The dinner menu includes a selection of four Balkan-inspired dishes.

Ardeo & Bardeo

3311 Connecticut Ave., NW

It’s usually a good sign when a restaurant offers the regular menu for Restaurant Week, which is the case here: three courses from the dinner selection.


1100 New York Ave., NW

Both the lunch and dinner offerings come with a special wine menu, with bottles priced at $30.

Casa Luca

1099 New York Ave., NW

Classic Italian dishes such as prosciutto di Parma with cantaloupe and cacio e pepe pasta are included on the RW menus, along with specially priced wines.

Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar

801 Ninth St., NW

You’ll find Restaurant Week around the clock at this Cuban spot, which serves set menus for lunch, dinner, and brunch.

El Centro D.F.

1819 14th St., NW; 1218 Wisconsin Ave., NW

Guacamole, tacos, ceviche, and more can be found on both the Restaurant Week lunch and dinner menus.


707 Sixth St., NW

Though the RW dinner menu has ended, you’ll still find three-course selections at lunch and brunch.

Masa 14

1825 14th St., NW

A selection of four tapas-style plates such as spicy tuna rolls and pork belly steamed buns make up the extended dinner menu.

Mintwood Place

1813 Columbia Rd., NW

Mintwood signatures such as wedge salad and bucatini Bolognese can be found on the Restaurant Week dinner menu.

Nage Bistro

1600 Rhode Island Ave., NW

Save room for the “campfire sundae” with smoked vanilla ice cream and toasted marshmallows on both the RW lunch and dinner menus.

Nopa Kitchen & Bar

800 F St., NW

Bistro fare like country pâté and roast chicken with panzanella salad make up the RW lunch and dinner menus.

Slate Wine Bar + Bistro

2404 Wisconsin Ave., NW

The lunch and dinner menus include discounted drinks as well as food, such as an $18 wine pairing.

The Oval Room

800 Connecticut Ave., NW

This recently renovated restaurant extends its Restaurant Week lunch menu, which includes new dishes such as burrata with shaved summer vegetables and charred-jalapeño spaghetti.

Toro Toro

1300 I St., NW

Try three courses at lunch or dinner at restaurateur Richard Sandoval’s newest DC restaurant.


781 Seventh St., NW

Lunch-goers will find offerings that center on sushi and bento-style boxes, while dinner draws from the regular menu.

Through Saturday, August 30

Trummer’s on Main

7134 Main St., Clifton, VA

In addition to the traditional $35.14 dinners, you’ll find four courses for $49.14 with dishes like a pan-seared scallop and dumpling in dashi broth or crusted beef short ribs. Wine pairings are an additional $29.14.

Through the month of August

Smith & Wollensky

1112 19th St., NW

Get your steakhouse fix on the cheap with lunch and dinner at this Dupont spot, which offers classics like wedge salads and filet. Beginning August 19, you’ll find $20 wine flights to pair with the meal—or just sip at the bar.

Food Editor

Anna Spiegel covers the dining and drinking scene in her native DC. Prior to joining Washingtonian in 2010, she attended the French Culinary Institute and Columbia University’s MFA program in New York, and held various cooking and writing positions in NYC and in St. John, US Virgin Islands.