National Harbor’s Annual Restaurant Week Takes Place January 14 to 20
11 participating restaurants offer great meal deals and some additional specials!

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., Jan. 4, 2017—National Harbor’s Annual Restaurant Week will take place from January 14 to 20 with 11 participating restaurants offering a two course lunch for $20 and a three-course dinner for $38. In addition, The Capital Wheel, National Harbor’s iconic 180-foot Ferris wheel will be offering 2 tickets for $22 that must be purchased online from the National Harbor Restaurant Week webpage( Bobby McKey’s Dueling Piano Bar (located at 172 Fleet St., National Harbor, Md.) will offer free cover with a Restaurant Week receipt. (Offers good only during restaurant week.)

Participating restaurants include:

• Bond 45 (dinner only), 149 Waterfront St.
• Fiorella Italian Kitchen, 152 National Plaza
• Granite City, 200 American Way
• Grace’s Mandarin, 188 Waterfront St.
• McCormick & Schmick’s, 145 National Plaza
• Old Hickory Steakhouse (dinner only and limited times), Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, 201 Waterfront St.
• Redstone American Grill, 155 National Plaza
• Rosa Mexicano, 153 Waterfront St.
• Sauciety at the Westin, 171 Waterfront St
• Succotash, 186 Waterfront St.
• The Walrus Oyster & Ale House, 152 Waterfront St.

“This is a great opportunity for the public to experience some of our more than 40 restaurants, plus get to experience some of the great entertainment at National Harbor,” said Deborah Topcik, director of marketing for National Harbor. “Some of the restaurants participating in National Harbor Restaurant Week are not only unique to the Washington DC region, but to the whole country. For instance, the only other Bond 45 can be found at Times Square in New York City; and newly opened Succotash is unique to National Harbor as is the Walrus Oyster & Ale House among others.”

For more information on National Harbor’s Restaurant Week, visit

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,