Washington, DC

Make your reservations now! Please note that Kids' Restaurant Week prix fixe menus are offered only for seatings between 5 and 7 p.m. Please try calling restaurants directly if you are unable to secure a table through Open Table.

Art and Soul 415 New Jersey Avenue NW 202-393-7777 Book Now
Asia Nine Bar & Lounge 915 E Street NW 202-629-4355 Book Now
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Beacon Bar & Grill 1615 Rhode Island Avenue NW 202-872-1126 Book Now
Belga Café 514 8th St SE 202-544-0100 Book Now
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Café Du Parc 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW 202-942-7000 Book Now
Darlington House 1610 20th St NW 202-332-3722 Book Now
Dino 3435 Connecticut Ave NW 202-686-2966 Book Now
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Finn & Porter 900 10th Street, NW 202-719-1600 Book Now
Firefly 1310 New Hampshire Avenue NW 202-861-1310 Book Now
Juniper (at the Fairmont Hotel) 2401 M Street 202-457-5020 Book Now
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M Street Bar & Grill 2033 M Street NW 202-223-2981 Book Now
Mie N Yu 3125 M Street NW 202-333-6122 Book Now
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Palette 1177 15th Street NW 202-587-2700 Book Now
Taberna Del Alabardero 1776 I St NW 202-429-2200 Book Now
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The Hay-Adams* Sixteenth & H Streets, N.W. 202-638-6600 Book Now
Wasabi 908 17th St NW 202-822-0646 Book Now
Zola 800 F Street NW 202-654-0999 Book Now
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* Reservations will not be accepted Saturday, June 13 or Sunday, June 14.


About the Eastern Market

Eastern MarketCompleted in 1873, Eastern Market has continually served the Capitol Hill community with seven days-a-week produce, meat, cheese and bakery vendors, a weekend farmers market and craft sales while also operating as an informal community center.

On April 30, 2007, a fire blazed through the market causing extensive damage and displacing 14 vendors. More than 400 DC Firefighters responded and their efforts allowed the fire to be contained saving aspects of the Market which would have otherwise been destroyed and allowing for it to be restored.

Mayor Adrian Fenty and the City Council have committed to restoring Eastern Market and rebuilding efforts are currently underway with the Market scheduled to re-open in 2009. Renovations to the building will include ADA entrances, new HVAC, bathrooms, windows, flooring, fire sprinklers and lighting.

About Miriam's Kitchen

Miriam's KitchenMiriam's Kitchen provides free, high-quality meals and support services to more than 4,000 homeless men and women in Washington, DC each year. Now in their 26th year, Miriam's Kitchen has helped tens of thousands of individuals attain a better quality of life and increased self-sufficiency.