Alexandria Restaurant Week

Alexandria Restaurant Week

Jan. 20-29, 2023

King and Rye

King and Rye

For 10 days and two weekends, nearly 80 restaurants in Alexandria, Virginia, will offer a $25, $35 or $45 per person prix fixe dinner during Alexandria Restaurant WeekJan. 20-29, 2023. Special menus are available in-person at all participating restaurants with a pricing structure reflecting Alexandria’s spectrum of offerings from fast casual to fine dining. The online menu book makes it easy to browse delicious selections from special menus to satisfy every craving.  

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.


Alexandria Restaurant Week Menu Highlights:

* 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.