Arlington Restaurants Participating in ‘Restaurant Week’ Starting Today

More than two dozen Arlington restaurants are participating in Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week starting today.

The two-week event, held between August 17-30, is organized by the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW). During the event, restaurants from across the region offer 3-course lunches for $22 per person and 3-course dinners for $35 or $55 per person (some also offer a 3-course brunch for $22 per person).

The latest Restaurant Week encourages diners to order their meals to go directly from each respective eatery, though most places also have outdoor or indoor seating available at limited capacities.

Menus and pricing are specific to the Restaurant Week event, and some menus include cocktail or wine pairings with a meal.

Among the Arlington restaurants taking part:

Image via RAMW

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