Bethesda Magazine Restaurant Week To Start Friday

32 participating restaurants are offering prix fixe menus


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Summer House Santa Monica in North Bethesda is among the restaurants participating in Bethesda Magazine restaurant week

Andrew Metcalf

The winter edition of Bethesda Magazine Restaurant Week will kick off Friday with 32 restaurants participating.

The restaurants will offer fixed-price, discounted menus, with two-course lunches available for $16 and three-course dinners for $36. Bethesda Magazine Restaurant Week runs through Sunday, Jan. 22.

The following restaurants are participating:

Bethesda

Barrel and Crow, Grapeseed, Jaleo, Kapnos Kouzina, ​Le Vieux Logis, Mia's Pizzas, Mon Ami Gabi, Mussel Bar & Grille, PassionFish, Persimmon, Raku, Redwood, Silver, Suma Restaurant + Bar, Tapp'd​, Tommy Joe’s, Trattoria Sorrento, ​Wildwood Italian Cuisine and Wildwood Kitchen

Chevy Chase

La Ferme

​Glen Echo

The Irish Inn

North Bethesda

City Perch Kitchen + Bar, Del Frisco's Grille, Owen’s Ordinary, Summer House Santa Monica, Stella Barra Pizzeria

 Potomac

Lahinch Tavern and Grill, Lock 72, Normandie Farm, The Grilled Oyster Company

Silver Spring

All Set Restaurant & Bar, Urban Winery

For more information on the restaurants, including their Restaurant Week menus and how to make reservations, go to Bethesda Magazine’s restaurant week website.

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