The 2018 Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week is finally here, and it’s arrived just in time for all of us foodies with depleted bank accounts from the winter holidays. Overextended and budget-conscious foodies all over metropolitan Washington area eagerly await the most anticipated bi-annual food-related promotion as each new year passes. This season’s Restaurant Week boasts a near 250 participating restaurants spreading out all over the DMV for this winter season, currently scheduled on January 22-28, 2018.
Over the years, participating restaurants offer diners a very appealing price for lunches and dinners during restaurant week, and this year is no different. Patrons are now able to enjoy the brunch menu at participating restaurants at a low-cost as well, is a feature many residents have expressed much interest. This year, the prix-fixe 3-course lunch or brunch option is available at $22, and the 3-course dinner for $35. Diners can book their reservations by visiting the Open Table website or app.
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Gigi Smith is a wanderlusting wife, mother, and businesswoman. She also happens to be the chief editor of DC Life Magazine, a publication specializing in cultural diversity for social change in the nation's capital. Like most residents in the DMV area, Gigi was once a transplant and decided to grow roots in the metropolitan DC area. She realized early on in high school that resources for cultural diversity will become necessary. Gigi's seen her fair share of neighborhood gentrification changes along with the rise and fall of real estate market prices. She's seen firsthand how DC area fashion bloggers have risen up into the primary market economy as the West Wing fashion era faded away. Gigi still craves to experience all the glory of her ancestral cuisine at Bad Saint, the crowning glory of Washington, DC as deemed by Bon Apetit magazine. And thanks to the arrival of Amazon, Gigi still believes that DC is the Silicon Valley of the East Coast.