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OK, people, D.C. Restaurant Week is on. Today through Aug. 19, more than 200 local restaurants will be offering three courses for $35.12 at dinner and $20.12 at lunch. Where to eat? Here are some resources to help you decide:
First and foremost, check out the official OpenTable list of participating restaurants.
Dining in DC has the low down on Restaurant Week newcomers, notably Bandolero, Rasika West End, and Mintwood Place, as well top 20 picks and outdoor options.
Zagat takes a look at more offbeat options.
The Hill is Home rounds up the deals in Capitol Hill.
Four restaurants are celebrating Julia Child for Restaurant Week.
Did you procrastinate on reservations? Washingtonian offers some tips like hitting the bar, opting for less trendy eateries, and thinking outside the Beltway.
Brightest Young Things has its own survival guide tips: Don’t do small plates; try lunch.
Where are you eating? Where to avoid? Tips welcome in the comments.
UPDATE: And let’s not forget restaurants participating in Restaurant Week through CityEats. The reservation site is offering $20 to everyone who writes a review after they dine.