RAMW returns DC Summer Restaurant Week in August

Local foodies, residents, visitors, industry to celebrate resilience of DMV eateries

The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) will return Summer Restaurant Week to DC in August. The one-week promotion will help energize diners as they return to restaurants for on-premise dining and drinking. This year, participating restaurants will also return RW-To-Go dinner on the menus, in addition to cocktail pairings.

During Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week, customers will choose from $22 multi-course brunch and lunch offerings, as well as dinner specials for $35 or $55 per person for on-premise dining. It’s a great time for locals and visitors to try new dishes and eateries, while supporting the local restaurant industry.


Participating eateries will also offer RW-To-Go dinner meals for $60, or $100 for two people. For four people, the price points are $100 or $200.

“We’re excited to begin rebuilding and recovering as an industry,” said Kathy E. Hollinger, RAMW president and chief executive. “The program is tailored to provide a range of dining comfort levels, offering outstanding on-premises menus as well as to-go offerings.”

RAMW will provide additional information at the official Summer Restaurant Week website at www.rwdmv.com in the coming weeks. Diners can navigate to the site to browse participating restaurants, make reservations for on-premises dining and even order to-go meals where offered.


DC Summer Restaurant Week 2021 will be held August 9 to August 15.

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