With 250 restaurants to choose from, you'll be making your stomach and wallet happy with special discounted menus.

Feel like a $35 three-course dinner? How about a $22 lunch spread or brunch? Might seem like a pretty penny to spend on grub, but for the quality dishes, it's a steal.

Between January 14 and 20, Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) will be holding its annual Winter Restaurant Week, where participating restaurants offer special menus featuring three-course meals at discounted prices. Restaurants are required to offer three-course meals, or options valued to be the equivalent of a three-course meal. With exactly 250 places on the roster (!), you'll have lots to choose from. This can be a good or bad thing (for us, the more the merrier), but with the number of options available, you're bound to find something you enjoy.

The Pig, courtesy of Facebook

All the participating restaurants are located in the DMV area and feature a variety of different cuisines. Swing by Farmers Fishers Bakers in Georgetown for farm-to-table favorites and sushi, Osteria da Nino in Arlington for traditional Italian, or The Pig in Logan Circle for, you guessed it, pig. Check out the entire list of restaurants and their select menus here.

The RAMW also has a rewards program, where members can win prizes like cookbooks, restaurant gift cards, and more. When you make your reservation for Restaurant Week, sign up to accept their emails, and you'll be automatically entered in to win. Sounds like a sweet deal in our book!

DC favorite Daikaya Izakaya, courtesy of Facebook

Food is a point of pride for D.C., with its diverse cuisine and various Michelin-star establishments. The RAMW Restaurant Week -- held in winter and summer -- is a celebration of what makes the DMV a cultural hotspot for delicious food and exciting dining experiences. 

Will you be going to Winter Restaurant Week? Let us know in the comments!

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