Winter Restaurant Week Extensions Around DC

Seared scallops at the Riggsby, which is extending restaurant week. Photograph by Scott Suchman

The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington officially extended restaurant week for the first time ever due to the winter storm. Participants will now serve $22 lunches and $35 dinners through Wednesday, February 3, though many restaurants are going above and beyond, serving their special menus well into February.

You can see a full list of restaurants serving through February 3 here, and don’t forget to check our top picks for restaurant week dining.

Through Friday, February 5

Ris (2275 L St., NW)

The Riggsby (1731 New Hampshire Ave., NW)

2941 Restaurant (2941 Fairview Park Dr., Falls Church)

Through Saturday, February 6

Central Michel Richard (1001 Pennsylvania Ave., NW)

Graffiato (707 6th St., NW)

Grillfish DC (1200 New Hampshire Ave., NW)

Lincoln (1110 Vermont Ave., NW)

Teddy and the Bully Bar (1200 19th St., NW)

Trummer’s on Main (7134 Main St., Clifton, VA)

The Pig (1320 14th St. NW)

Through Sunday, February 7

Ardeo + Bardeo (3311 Connecticut Ave., NW)

Bastille (606 N. Fayette St., Alexandria)

Bistrot Royal (1201 N. Royal St., Alexandria)

Café du Parc (1401 Pennsylvania Ave., NW)

Del Frisco’s Grille (1201 Pennsylvania Ave., NW)

El Centro D.F./El Centro D.F. Georgetown (1819 14th St., NW; 1218 Wisconsin Ave., NW)

Equinox (818 Connecticut Ave., NW)

Europa (790 Station St., Herndon, VA)

Filomena Ristorante (1063 Wisconsin Ave., NW)

Kapnos/Kapnos Taverna (2201 14th St., NW; 4000 Wilson Blvd., Arlington) 

Mango Tree (929 H St., NW)

Masa 14 (1825 14th St., NW)

Siroc Restaurant (915 15th St., NW)

Stone’s Cove Kitbar (2403 Centerville Rd., Herndon)

Sushi Ko (5455 Wisconsin Ave., Chevy Chase)

Tico (1926 14th St. NW)

Toro Toro (1300 I St., NW)

Vinifera Wine Bar & Bistro (11750 Sunrise Valley Dr., Reston)

Zentan (1155 14th St., NW)

Through Thursday, February 11

Dino’s Grotto (1914 9th St., NW)

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