It’s restaurant week time again!

It’s time again for that most wonderful event, custom-made for those of us who are cheap and also like to eat: Restaurant week. Restaurants that normally make your wallet scream in anticipation of horrific pain and credit-card CEOs rub their hands together in glee spend an entire week offering fixed-price menus for $20.06 for lunch and $30.06 for dinner, both 3 courses.

The full list of participating restaurants can be found here and the slightly smaller listing that accept reservations though Open Table are here. Open Table makes it a little easier to see what slots are still available so if you have scheduling restrictions you might want to give that a try.

Much to my surprise there’s no listing on DC Foodies indicating which of the participating locations are offering a full rather than limited menu for restaurant week patrons. Perhaps it’s not yet clear. Anyone got a source?

1 Comment so far

  1. Brian (unregistered) on July 24th, 2006 @ 1:36 pm

    Thanks for the reminder! I subscribed to DC Foodie’s Google Calendar but hadn’t even thought to look that far ahead.

    I’ve e-mailed him before asking if he knew which restaurants in the area have a standard fixed price menu all the time (many around the National and Warner theaters do, as well as the MCI Verizon Center) and he seemed to indicate the research would have been difficult, or simply difficult to keep up to date.

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