NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., Jan. 20, 2020— National Harbor’s annual Restaurant Week will take place February 1- 8 with 18 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 a $10 ticket plus tax when mentioning Restaurant Week at the ticket booth. Bobby McKey’s Dueling Piano Bar will offer free cover with a Restaurant Week receipt (Offer valid only during restaurant week.) Topgolf National Harbor will also offer a $10 off coupon at select National Harbor Restaurant Week participants.
Participating restaurants include not only some of the best eateries in the Washington D.C. metro area, but also the entire country—celebrity chef and TV personality Edward Lee’s popular Succotash, The Walrus Oyster and Ale House, and Bond 45, to name a few.
“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 host restaurant week again this year with participants including some of MGM National Harbor’s restaurants—Ginger, Voltaggio Brothers Steak House, and Osteria Costa; as well as restaurants throughout the Waterfront District at National Harbor and Gaylord National Resort’s highly acclaimed Old Hickory Steakhouse.”
“Each of our restaurants provide a unique experience for our guests, there is truly something for everyone,” Topcik added. Restaurant Week provides an opportunity to experience National Harbor with its many restaurants, unique shops and boutiques.
For more information visit www.nationalharbor.com/dine/restaurantweek/.
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About National Harbor
Situated on the banks of the historic Potomac River and just minutes from the nation’s capital, National Harbor is a waterfront resort community unlike any other. In addition to MGM National Harbor and the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, there are six additional hotels (soon to be seven) and more than 40 restaurants including award-winning Succotash; The Walrus Oyster and Ale House; Granite City Food & Brewery; Grace’s Mandarin; Bond 45; and Viaggio. MGM National Harbor restaurants include Ginger; Voltaggio Brothers Steak House; and Osteria Costa. Gaylord National Resort’s dining establishments include Old Hickory Steak House. The vibrant Waterfront District at National Harbor offers unique boutique shops and well-loved stores including Alex and Ani; America!; Build-A- Bear Workshop; Carhartt; and Cariloha Bamboo. Recent additions include Zaaf (award-winning luxury items made in Africa for “global nomads;” A Touch of Fancy (“a little cottage, a little chic”); and A Beautiful Closet. Tanger Outlets provides additional shopping with 85 designer brands. Highly recognized for its iconic Capital Wheel, a 180-foot observation wheel offering panoramic views that include D.C. monuments; the Waterfront District features seasonal activities; movies and concerts. The property was named as one of the top places in the nation to observe spectacular sunsets. For more information, visit www.NationalHarbor.com.
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