Grab a Fork — It’s Restaurant Week 2016!
Foodies across the nation rejoice as Restaurant Week is drawing near. This stretch is the perfect time for food lovers and restaurant connoisseurs to visit hot spot eateries and sample dishes from some of the most acclaimed chefs across the country, all at a special price. Eat your way through this list of cities during upcoming travels with stellar savings from San Francisco to Baltimore.
San Francisco (Jan. 20-31)
Visit dozens of restaurants in this world-class dining city with lunch starting at only $15 and dinner at $40. Our favorites include AQ, Bar Agricole and Spruce.
Where to Stay: Click here to save up to 35% on upscale hotels near San Francisco’s Union Square through January.
New York (Jan. 18 – Feb. 5)
The Big Apple serves up three-course meals with lunch starting at $25 and dinner starting at $38. Participating restaurants are not yet available, so check back on their site to see a list of eateries.
Where to Stay: Book a room at the 5-star Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC, including weekend rates available for $200 a night (added bonus: stays include a welcome bottle of prosecco). Or, check out Midtown Manhattan’s The Gregory at $169 a night, a five-minute walk from the Empire State building.
Los Angeles (Jan. 18-31)
This year, Opentable will be donating $1 for every DineLA reservation to The Midnight Mission, serving those suffering from homelessness in the LA area. Try any two lunch items at participating restaurants for $15, $20 or $25 and get three dinner dishes for $29, $39 or $49.
Where to Stay: Hotel Angeleno offers rates starting at $159, including a $25 dining credit. Score free valet parking, a rarity in LA, and enjoy the convenient location near the renowned J. Paul Getty Museum.
Chicago (Jan. 22 – Feb. 4)
The Windy City’s two-week culinary celebration offers $22 and $33 lunch and $44 for dinner. This year’s roster features a robust selection of 250+ restaurants of all genres.
Where to Stay: Save up to 65% at stays at one of three of the city’s Kimpton hotels, starting at $75 a night.
Baltimore (Jan. 22-31)
Lunch is served for only $15 or $20, while three-course dinners start at $25. For a fine dining experience, try Aggio for creative Italian-inspired eats, from the brainchild of James Beard award finalist and renowned chef Bryan Voltaggio.
Where to Stay: For 40% off, relax at the 4-star Hotel Monaco, deemed a “stylish and historic respite” by The New York Times. Rates range from $89-99 per night for Deluxe King rooms.
Philadelphia (Jan. 17-22 & Jan. 24-29)
More than 130 restaurants will participate in the city’s food-fest, with three-course dinner for $35 and lunch for $20.
Where to Stay: For $109, visit the chic Radisson Blu Warwick Hotel Philadelphia located in the downtown district. Members save 45% on stays through February.
Washington, D.C. (Jan. 25-31, 2016)
This multi-state restaurant week extends across the city, Maryland and Virginia, with hundreds of restaurants dishing up lunch starting at $22 and dinner starting at $35.
Where to Stay: Book a room at the Rouge D.C. boutique hotel, where “you’ll be seeing red and loving it” (Fodor’s) — just three blocks from Dupont Circle. Thursday-Sunday stays start at $79 with discounts through September.