Yes, this is my hood. Even though I live 4 miles from National Harbor, I just don’t spend enough quality time at one of the DMV’s great hidden gems. All you DMV foodies can get your eat on during National Harbor’s Restaurant Week which takes place February 4th – the 10th. I’m generally not a fan of Restaurant Weeks because always hard to get a table, but I love the concept and since this is only a few miles from my house, I just may have to pounce on this one. Full press release is after the jump.
National Harbor’s annual Restaurant Week will take place February 4 through 10 with more than a dozen participating restaurants. Dinner menus available for $38, lunch menus for $20. The elevated Restaurant Week includes entertainment options as well. The Capital Wheel, National Harbor’s iconic 180-foot observation wheel will offer two tickets for $22 that must be purchased at NationalHarbor.com/RestaurantWeek. Bobby McKey’s Dueling Piano Bar will offer free cover with a Restaurant Week receipt (Offer valid only during restaurant week.).
Participating restaurants include not only some of the best eateries in the Washington DC metro area, but also the entire country, including the highly popular Succotash, The Walrus Oyster and Ale House, and Bond 45.
“Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to sample some amazing food available from the many restaurants we have at National Harbor,” said Deborah Topcik, director of marketing for National Harbor, “We are excited to have the largest number of restaurants participating this year including MGM National Harbor’s Tap Sports Bar, Ginger, Voltaggio Brothers Steak House, and Fish by Jose Andrés.”
“Each of our restaurants provide a unique experience for our guests, there is truly something for everyone,” Topcik added.
For more information visit www.NationalHarbor.com/RestaurantWeek.
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About National Harbor
National Harbor is a community unlike any other. Situated close to the nation’s capital, National Harbor takes full advantage of one of the country’s most historic rivers. Rising from the banks of the Potomac River, just south of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in Prince George’s County, Md., National Harbor is a 350-acre mixed use development with seven hotels (including the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center and MGM National Harbor), offices, residential, tree-lined streets with more than 160 shops including Tanger Outlet and more than 40 restaurants, iconic attractions such as the Capital Wheel and National Harbor Carousel, and much more. The community provides easy access to Washington, D.C. and Alexandria, Va. and features an array of waterfront activities, events, and spectacular sunsets. For more information, www.NationalHarbor.com.