It's tough to taste all the flavors the D.C. area has to offer, but D.C. Restaurant Week is trying to make it much easier.
Now through Sunday, about 250 participating restaurants will offer three-course lunches for $22 and three-course dinners for $35 -- a steal by D.C. standards.
Participating spots are located throughout the DMV, and range from Brazilian to French to tapas to dim sum. Find a list of all restaurants and book your table here. (Reservations are definitely recommended during Restaurant Week.)
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Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington -- the organizers of the event -- will also give away swanky prizes, including a weekend trip to New York City, extended Restaurant Week prices throughout the year and tickets to Old Ebbitt Grill's Oyster Riot. Winners will be announced in September at RAMW's Educated Eats event.