Grab a Fork — It’s Restaurant Week 2016!
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.