DC Summer Restaurant Week Extensions

Where to find dining deals through August—and even September.

Graffiato extends Restaurant Week, including weekend brunch. Photograph by Scott Suchman

We’re already half way through DC’s Summer Restaurant Week, but there are plenty of places serving their $22 lunches and $35 dinners well beyond the Sunday deadline. While it’s impossible to guarantee quality, extensions can be a positive sign—few restaurants would want to half-ass Restaurant Week and draw it out longer than necessary.

Through Friday, August 28


2941 Fairview Park Dr., Falls Church

Try elegant, seasonal European cuisine from chef Bertrand Chemel.

Lunch and dinner


1100 New York Ave., NW

New-ish chef Jake Addeo specializes in upscale Italian dishes such as market crudo, fresh pastas, and salt-baked fish for two.

Lunch and dinner

Casa Luca

1099 New York Ave., NW

Chef Fabio Trabocchi’s most casual restaurant takes its approach to rustic Italian cooking seriously, with robust pastas and roasted meats and seafood.

Lunch and dinner

Nopa Kitchen & Bar

800 F St., NW

Specially priced bottles of wine join the menu of French brasserie-inspired dishes.

Lunch and dinner

Casa Luca extends its tasty sweets for Restaurant Week. Photograph by Scott Suchman.

Through Sunday, August 30


701 Pennsylvania Ave., NW

Guests at this modern American can opt for Restaurant Week lunch menus at the bar, or in the dining room during dinner.

Lunch and dinner


523 Eighth St., SE

Hungry and thirsty? Opt for bottomless Balkan plates and drinks (including alcohol) during Restaurant Week for $48; a four-course menu is priced at $35.


Ardeo & Bardeo

3311 Connecticut Ave., NW

Diners can pick a three-course meal from the regular dinner menu at this New American bistro.


Cuba Libre Restaurant and Rum Bar

801 Ninth St., NW

Try Cuban specialties from chef Guillermo Pernot at lunch or dinner.

Lunch and dinner

El Centro D.F.

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

Restaurateur Richard Sandoval’s sister Mexican spots offer large menus for Restaurant Week.

Lunch and dinner

G by Mike Isabella

2201 14th St., NW

Seasonal Italian dishes like corn tortellini and roasted beef tenderloin with tomatoes and parmesan are among the Restaurant Week offerings, which can be paired with wines ($29 to $39). The Italian-American Sunday gravy menu goes for $40.



707 Sixth St., NW

Chef Mike Isabella dishes up Italian and Jersey-inspired specialties, including a special Restaurant Week brunch.

Brunch, lunch, and dinner


2201 14th St., NW

Guests can opt for a $35 four-course Restaurant Week menu, or a five-course for $55. Favorites on both include dips and spreads, and spit-roasted meats.


Kapnos Taverna

4000 Wilson Blvd., Arlington

Mike Isabella’s newly-opened Greek spot in Ballston centers around coastal fare. Like on 14th Street, guests can opt for a $55 five-course tasting in addition to the traditional lunch and dinner.

Lunch and dinner

Slate Wine Bar + Bistro

2404 Wisconsin Ave., NW

A southern-leaning menu includes dishes like crab cakes and a “chocolate yummy” dessert.

Lunch and dinner


1250 Connecticut Ave., NW

This Dupont steakhouse lightens it up for lunch with dishes like a grilled tuna club and seasonal sorbets, while dinner brings the meats.

Lunch and dinner

Trummer’s on Main

7134 Main St., Clifton, VA 20124

In addition to the $35 menu the kitchen offers a four-course tasting for $49, and an optional wine pairing for $29 per person.


Masa 14 provides a fun, lively atmosphere for Restaurant Week. Photograph by Scott Suchman.

Through Monday, August 31

Masa 14

1825 14th St., NW

Diners can opt for $35 prix-fixe dinners, or splurge on one of two options: $45 unlimited small plates, or $60 bottomless food and drink.



1600 Rhode Island Ave., NW

Get a taste of the beach at this Rehoboth-based restaurant in Scott Circle’s Marriott hotel.

Lunch and dinner

Toro Toro

1300 I St., NW

Richard Sandoval’s South American-style steakhouse serves dishes like chorizo empanadas and grilled pork ribs.

Lunch and dinner


781 Seventh St., NW

Restaurant Week menus bring a mix of Asian-fusion dishes like sushi, dumplings, and wok-seared scallops.

Lunch and dinner

Ardeo + Bardeo offers full reign of the menu for Restaurant Week. Photograph by Scott Suchman.

Through Sunday, September 6


606 N. Fayette St., Alexandria

Take advantage of summer’s dog days for a boozy Restaurant Week lunch, where happy hour-priced beers ($4), wines ($5 to $6) and cocktails ($6) can accompany your meal.

Lunch and dinner


777 Ninth St., NW

Penn Quarter’s sleek Asian-fusion spot offers dishes like salmon tempura sushi rolls and spiked duck for Restaurant Week.

Lunch and dinner

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.