Explore what first-time Restaurant Week participants have to offer, from the elevated yet inviting atmosphere of recently opened 1799 Prime Steak & Seafood to the Mediterranean-infused flavors at Vaso’s Kitchen, alongside Indian-Chinese fare at Indochen’s Cameron Station location and new King Street outpost. Plus, warm up on heated patios at Augie’s Mussel House, Lena’s Wood-Fired Pizza & Tap and more.
Alexandria Restaurant Week showcases local chefs in neighborhoods throughout the city, including Old Town, Del Ray, Carlyle and Eisenhower, and the West End.
* Find a new favorite when you visit Old Town’s recently opened 1799 Prime Steak & Seafood, offering a $35-for-one menu with entrees including savory shrimp and grits and luscious seafood linguine.
* Head to recently reopened Vermilion for a $45-for-one menu featuring elevated items including brussels sprouts with honey and chili vinaigrette, risotto with black truffle and wine-poached pear strudel.
* Barkhaus, located between Del Ray and Potomac Yard, offers a $25 per person menu that includes the option to add a homemade doggie treat like a “fruit barkfait.”
* At Delia’s in Carlyle, linger over a $45 per person menu including Prince Edward Island mussels, seafood arrabiatta and veal parmigiana.
* In Del Ray, warm up from the inside out at Elo’s Italian, with a $35-for-one menu featuring crowd-pleasers such as garlic focaccia bread, spaghetti pomodoro and bombolini to top it off.
* Northside 10 boasts the perfect $35 dinner to savor while watching a big game at the Arlandria neighborhood favorite, with options including mac and cheese fritters and mustard barbecued salmon.
* In the West End, Shooter McGee’s $35 dinner menu offers hearty entrees including cider pork chops, shrimp Florentine pasta and bistro steak, alongside tempting apps and dessert.