Restaurant Week is one of the best ways to dine in style, noshing at incredible, well-known restaurants that are otherwise out of the normal price range. Not only does it provide a great excuse for a date night, Restaurant Week is an exhibition of local culture and cuisine. Check out a few of the upcoming winter Restaurant Weeks below, and be sure to check back at OpenTable to make a reservation and fast, some restaurants book up quicker than a Justin Beiber concert (cough, Le Cirque).
January 15 28, 2012; three-course, prix-fixe lunches and dinners ($15 and $30, respectively)
New York City
January 16 February 10, 2012; three-course, prix-fixe lunches and dinners during the week ($24 and $35, respectively)
February 17 26, 2012; more than 200 participating restaurants with prix-fixe menus ($22, $33, and $44 options)
March 18 23 and 25-30, 2012; two- or three-course, prix-fixe lunches ($15 and $20) and three-course dinners ($33)
Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area
January 9 15, 2012; three-course, prix-fixe lunches and dinners ($20 and $35, respectively)
January 15 20, 2012; three-course, prix-fixe lunches ($10, $20, or $30 options) and dinners ($20, $30, and $40 options)
January 15 31, 2012; two-course lunches ($18), three-course dinners ($35)
California Restaurant Month takes place in January across the Golden State, with three-course meals from gourmet restaurants as well as wine-country farm-to-table meals and delicious wine. From Northern California down to San Diego, enjoy the best of California wine and cuisine during January.
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