The 5pm Post – Restaurant Week Scheduled for January 17-23, 2011

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Join us this January when nearly 200 of metropolitan Washington, DC’s finest restaurants offer awe-inspiring, multi-course meals prepared especially for this gourmet event.

Destination DC and the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington are proud to present the 17th annual Washington, DC Restaurant Week from January 17-23, 2011.

Lunch: $20.11 for a three-course fixed-price meal
Dinner: $35.11 for a three-course fixed-price meal
Beverages, gratuity and tax are not included.

You can find dthe full list of participating restaurants here.

And you can find some previous restaurant week recommendations here.

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  • lol I used to eat a smokey’s every morning before school, i think I may pay a visit soon

  • NO! None for me. Does anyone else end up getting invited or ‘voluntold’ to go to multiple nights of Restaurant Week by different friends and co-workers to the point where you are broke and rotund by the end of it? I love that I’m included by my friends but no, I’m boycotting this one. I feel a little too well-fed when all is said and done.

  • I’ve found ZERO restaurants to be good deals for people who don’t eat meat/fish. Often times the dishes are worth less than $35 if you go out any other time!

    Lunches can be a good deal. Can be.

  • smokey’s was my lunch spot in high school. Worlds largest and sweetest ice teas & mountains of home fries was unbeatable.

  • Anybody know how long smokey’s has been around? It looks like a throwback to ancient times. Pretty good track record, what with the closed retail on that block and the one below.

  • Smokey’s has been around for a long while. I was going there for breakfast in the late 1980’s. The fried chicken wings with the fried taters were their signature take out meal. I have not been in a long while, but I remember the staff was super friendly.

  • This is the first restaurant week where I’m actually prepared and going to be able to make reservations enough ahead of time to go where I want (though Rasika is naturally already 100% booked). So excited! Hopefully some good restaurants will extend their restaurant weeks too so I can go someplace nice for my birthday (the 24th).

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