Officers within the Bowser administration introduced Friday the return of Summer season Restaurant Week in D.C. and inspired residents to take part.
Summer season Restaurant Week, held in live performance with the Restaurant Affiliation of Metropolitan Washington, encourages the patronage of District eateries beginning Monday and ending on Sept. 3. The week coincides with DC JazzFest and Labor Day weekend.
“D.C. is proud to have among the best meals scenes on the earth, and Summer season Restaurant Week is the proper time for residents and guests to find a spot you’ve by no means been, or revisit an previous favourite,” Mayor Muriel Bowser stated. “From mom-and-pop neighborhood eateries to award-winning world-class eating places, there’s something for everybody. Let’s get on the market and assist our native eating places and the folks that give D.C. our hometown taste.”
Greater than 250 eating places are scheduled to take part in Summer season Restaurant Week, with many providing specials. Among the many eating places collaborating are Ophelia’s Fish Home, Fitzgerald’s and Pizza Serata.
“The D.C. area is buzzing with tradition, artwork, DC Jazz Fest, and vitality as residents and guests take pleasure in all there's to expertise, and Summer season Restaurant Week is the cherry on high,” stated Shawn Townsend, president and CEO of the Restaurant Affiliation of Metropolitan Washington. “We're thrilled to have extra eating places than ever earlier than collaborating, giving diners and foodies a lot to select from.”