Bethesda Magazine Restaurant Week Features Downtown Bethesda Restaurants
Restaurant specials run January 12-21, 2018
Several downtown Bethesda restaurants are participating in the Bethesda Magazine Restaurant Week which runs January 12-21, 2018. Participating restaurants will offer prix-fixe, two-course lunch menus for ranging from $15-$27 and prix-fixe, three-course dinner menus from $25-$40.
Barrel & Crow – A contemporary approach to regional cuisine sourced from regional farms.
Black’s Bar & Kitchen – A member of the Black Restaurant Group, Blacks’ Bar & Kitchen is a Bethesda staple known for regional flavors and award-winning wine list.
Guardado’s Restaurant – The family run restaurant serves up authentic dishes from Spain and Latin America.
Jaleo Bethesda – The restaurant’s bold and stylish design capture contemporary Spain while serving the award-winning tapas José Andrés made famous.
Kapnos Kouzina – Mike Isabella’s first Maryland restaurant focuses on rustic dishes and shareable platters.
Le Vieux Logis – A family run restaurant featuring the flavors and vitality of the Champagne region of France.
Mon Ami Gabi – A traditional French bistro serving up warm Onion Soup Au Gratin with bubbling baked gruyere, steak frites and an extensive French wine list.
Morton’s Steakhouse – A step back in time, this classic steakhouse prides itself on their USDA prime-aged steaks and fresh seafood.
Mussel Bar & Grille – An old-world Belgian roadhouse serving grilled and wood-fired dishes of meats, fish and pizzas along with an expansive Belgian beer list.
PassionFish Bethesda – Devoted to serving the freshest seafood available, the menu offers a raw bar, caviar, sushi and more.
Persimmon – This bistro serves elevated American cuisine including jumbo lump crab cakes, pan seared sea scallops and pecan crusted barbequed lamb.
Raku – Led by a kitchen of well-seasoned chefs, Raku offers original creations of bento boxes, sushi rolls and noodle soups.
Silver New American Brasseries – An American classic with familiar diner favorites as well as healthier choices from more than a dozen local farms.
True Food Kitchen – Brimming with healthful recipes and catering to nearly every food preference enjoy expansive creativity while eating well.
For more information on downtown Bethesda and Bethesda restaurants, please visit www.bethesda.org.
Menus for all participating restaurants can be found on the Bethesda Magazine Restaurant Week website:www.bethesdamagazine.com/Restaurant-Week-Winter-2018/.
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