Four Reston eateries will be participating in the Metropolitan Washington Winter Resturant Week later this January.
Foodies around the area can enjoy lunch for $22 and dinner for $35 from Jan. 13 through 19.
A few places around the D.C.-area offer brunch specials — but not at any of the Reston locations.
Offerings vary from restaurant to restaurant, and places will feature either a specialed menu or a multi-course option.
PassionFish will offer lunch and dinner specials featuring nine different appetizer options like the Peruvian-style ceviche and main courses from their regular menu, as well as one of three desserts such as the almond biscotti crème brûlée.
A few items on their menu, such as the crab cakes, will include a $10 upcharge.
Anyone interested in taking advantage of the deals can either call ahead to reserve a space at the individual locations or make a reservation on OpenTable.
Photo via PassionFish/Facebook
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