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Reston Eateries Participating in Northern Virginia Restaurant Week

by RestonNow.com — March 17, 2017 at 5:00 pm 8 Comments

Northern Virginia Restaurant WeekThe Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce and other regional chambers are sponsoring the fifth annual Northern Virginia Restaurant Week, Monday through March 27.

Northern Virginia Restaurant Week is designed to offer the opportunity for people to enjoy dining at a number of participating restaurants at reduced prices. Restaurants participating in the event offer selections from their menu at special prices.

Restaurants in Fairfax, Loudoun, Arlington and Prince William counties are all participating. In Reston, participating eateries include:

  • American Tap Room (1811 Library St.)
  • Carrabba’s Italian Grill (12192 Sunset Hills Road)
  • Il Fornaio (11990 Market St.)
  • M&S Grill (11901 Democracy Drive)
  • McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steaks (11920 Democracy Drive)
  • Mon Ami Gabi (11950 Democracy Drive)
  • Morton’s The Steakhouse (11956 Market St.)
  • Not Your Average Joe’s (1845 Fountain Drive)
  • Red’s Table (11150 South Lakes Drive)
  • Tavern64 (1800 Presidents St.)
  • The Melting Pot (11730 Plaza America Drive)
  • Vinifera Wine Bar & Bistro (11750 Sunrise Valley Drive)
  • World of Beer (1888 Explorer St.)

To see special menus being offered as part of Restaurant Week, as well as a full list of participating businesses, visit the event’s website.

  • EliteinReston

    Boston Properties should lift the parking fees during Restaurant Week as a gesture to their tenants and patrons.

    • 30yearsinreston

      Do what ?

      • David Mayored

        You heard him

  • 30yearsinreston

    Still not going if paid parking is not abolished

  • Bernie Supporter

    There are too many great restaurants nearby to be victimized by the paid-parking disaster in Reston Town Center. While I empathize with RTC’s restaurants, we must continue to starve this troll of a developer, RTC owner Boston Properties.

    They would arrogantly stick a “bumblebee” on your car,(a bright yellow, massive device) that once suctioned to your windshield prevents you from seeing out to safely drive your car away. To get the device removed, you must call security and pay a $35 fee. The RTC merchants are trying to fight back against them — and so must we.

    If you want to enjoy Northern Virginia’s Restaurant Week please go to: http://novarestaurantweek.com/menus/

    You will find great participating restaurants in nearby Loudoun County, and elsewhere.

  • Chuck Morningwood

    Thank goodness that some participating restaurants aren’t located at RTC. I’ve been wanting to try Red’s. This might be as good a time as any.

    • Willie Reston

      Don’t get your hopes up. It’s mediocre and wildly overpriced.

  • Will M

    Sorry. Not going to pay for parking. Ever.

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