Foodies rejoice — Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week will soon offer dining deals around the Tysons area.
From Jan. 13-19 (Monday-Sunday), people can visit over a dozen locations with lunch and brunch specials for $22 or dinner deals for $35. Meals from each participating restaurant will include multiple courses or specialty foods.
Anyone curious about the menus at each participating location can check online to see if the menu is posted yet or call ahead and ask the restaurant directly.
For example, Wildfire (2001 International Drive) in Tysons is offering guests a three-course meal. People can choose from either a choice of salad or soup for a starter, chicken, salmon or pork chop for main and then either key lime pie or flourless chocolate cake for dessert.
To accommodate those with food allergies, the restaurant is also offering gluten-free options.
People should note that some restaurants only offer dinner or lunch. For example, Chima Steakhouse (8010 Towers Crescent Drive) will only offer the dinner deal while Maple Ave Resturant will offer brunch, lunch and dinner deals.
Here are the local restaurants around the Tysons area that plan to participate:
- Eddie V’s Prime Seafood
- Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse
- American Prime
- Founding Farmers
- Randy’s Prime Seafood and Steaks
- Agora Tysons
- 2941 Restaurant
- Chima Steakhouse
Merrifield and Falls Church area:
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