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Upcoming Winter Restaurant Week offers new eateries, MLK Day brunch

Ingle Korean Steakhouse in Tysons is one of three Fairfax County eateries participating in RAMW’s Winter Restaurant Week for the first time (courtesy Ingle Korean Steakhouse)

The D.C. region’s biannual restaurant showcase is cooking up a return next week.

Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington has enlisted dozens of establishments to participate in this year’s Winter Restaurant Week, which will run from Monday, Jan. 15 to Sunday, Jan. 21.

The roster of first-timers includes the Vietnamese restaurant Nue (944 W Broad Street) in Falls Church and two Tysons restaurants: Ingle Korean Steakhouse, which opened at Pike 7 Plaza (8369 Leesburg Pike, Suite A) in 2022, and Tysons Social Tavern, which can be found inside the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel (1960 Chain Bridge Road).

Pisco Y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar, which opened at Reston Town Center (1871 Explorer Street) last summer, is also making its Restaurant Week debut.

All of the participants will serve multi-course brunch and lunch menus for $25 or $35 per person, along with dinner menus for $40, $55, or $65 per person for on-site dining, though some restaurants will offer delivery.

With the promotional campaign launching on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, some participants will have extended brunch offerings, according to a press release.

“Additional menu prices have been added to the promotion to allow more restaurants to participate and have these participants offer more dining options to customers at a variety of price points that fit every budget,” RAMW President and CEO Shawn Townsend said. “Offering menus at a variety of price points helps keep the program sustainable and gives restaurants the chance to offer more memorable culinary experiences for their guests.”

The tail end of the regional campaign will run into the first-ever restaurant week planned by Falls Church City, which will kick off a 10-day celebration of its food service industry on Jan. 19. Over 40 restaurants in the Little City will offer three-course meals and discounts.

The other Fairfax County restaurants involved in RAMW’s 2024 Winter Restaurant Week are below.

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