Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) has announced the roster of restaurants participating in Summer Restaurant Week taking place Monday, August 12 – Sunday, August 18, 2019. Summer Restaurant Week is the perfect time to consider trying a new restaurant or to revisit an old favorite, with affordable menus offered throughout the region including $35 dinner, $22 lunch, and $22 brunch options. With freshly opened restaurants in the region participating alongside celebrated dining destinations, all are invited to dig into some of the best dishes in metropolitan Washington served at a great price.
Hot new restaurants participating in Summer Restaurant Week include:
- The Bar at Milk and Honey;
- Fogo de Chão in North Bethesda;
- Nama, and;
- Punjab Grill.
Over 50 restaurants will offer $22 brunch menus during Summer Restaurant Week on August 17 & 18, making it easier than ever to indulge in the region’s favorite meal. Morning meals at restaurants featuring everything from Turkish, American, Indian, and Italian flavors will give diners a taste of metropolitan Washington’s eclectic international dining scene at a great fixed price.
Restaurant Week also sees several of the 2019 RAMMY Awards Finalist restaurants, recognized annually by RAMW for their excellence in service and dining, offering special menus. Among Restaurant Week participants signed up so far, 20+ are 2019 RAMMY Finalists and include:
- Bindaas Cleveland Park (Casual Restaurant of the Year);
- Bresca (Cocktail Program of the Year);
- Centrolina (Upscale Casual Restaurant of the Year);
- Kaliwa (New Restaurant of the Year);
- Perry’s Restaurant (Favorite Gathering Place of the Year);
- Rasika Penn Quarter & West End (Formal Fine Dining Restaurant of the Year);
- Spoken English, winner of New Restaurant of the Year and finalist for Pastry Chef of the Year);
- Sushi Taro (Upscale Casual Restaurant of the Year), and;
- Unconventional Diner, winner of two 2019 RAMMY Awards (Upscale Brunch, Pastry Chef of the Year) & finalist for Chef of the Year.