Summer 2022 Restaurant Week is August 15 – 21! Check out which restaurants on your Main Street are participating and what special deals they’re offering:

Cleveland Park | Logan Circle | U Street

Cleveland Park Main Street

A spread at Sababa

Bindaas (3311 Connecticut Avenue NW): $40 Menu – Modern takes on Indian street food like fiery fried chicken, kebabs & snacks in hip surrounds.

Sababa (3311 Connecticut Avenue NW): $40 Menu – Sababa is a Hebrew slang word meaning “great or cool” and can express enthusiasm and satisfaction. Sababa comes from the Arabic word tzababa, which means great or excellent in spoken Arabic. Sababa’s menu offers a small plates and large plates menu to encourage guests to sample the large variety of cultural influences on the cuisine of Israel as well as a full wine bar that offers wines from around the world including Israel, Lebanon, the Mediterranean.

Logan Circle Main Street

The patio at Cork Wine Bar

Cork Wine Bar (1805 14th Street NW): $40 Menu, Paired Wine/Cocktail, Restaurant Week To-Go – Cork Wine Bar is the creation of Logan Circle residents Diane Gross and Khalid Pitts. Their dream in creating Cork was to open a welcoming space in their neighborhood for people to come with their friends and family to try outstanding wines, often from unexplored regions of the world, paired with good, simple, local food. Cork offers at least 50 wines by the glass and 250 bottles from small producers around the world.

Dolce Vita (1610 14th street NW): $55 Dinner Menu, $40 Lunch Menu, Paired Wine/Cocktail – Dolce Vita at its core is an ode to owner Med Lahlou’s cultural heritage from the Mediterranean coast highlighting four countries: Italy, Morocco, Spain, and Greece. The fusion menu is Lahlou’s most ambitious concept yet, with dishes transporting guests to the coast through both the European restaurant decor and a signature menu.

Dovetail (1430 Rhode Island Avenue NW): $55 Dinner Menu, $40 Lunch Menu, Paired Wine/Cocktail, Restaurant Week To-Go – Dovetail is a community gathering place that’s as spirited and creative as the surrounding neighborhood. Be welcomed as a local and bond over New American sharing plates — thoughtfully and locally sourced. Enjoy a meal with a craft brew, local spirit or bespoke cocktail, indoors or outdoors. Follow the energy: The year-round patio is a scene unto itself. Located on the first floor of Viceroy Washington D.C.

Gypsy Kitchen (1825 14th Street NW): $55 Dinner Menu – Walk through the door at Gypsy Kitchen, on Washington, D.C.’s bustling 14th Street, and you’ll know you’re about to experience something special—an eclectic bohemian escape & culinary adventure. Their team has gathered the most compelling flavors and techniques from Spain, Greece, Lebanon, Morocco, Israel and beyond.

Pappe (1317 14th Street NW): $55 Dinner Menu, $40 Lunch Menu, Paired Wine/Cocktail, Restaurant Week To-Go – Pappe brings authentic dishes from our homeland to the heart of Washington DC. Indian cuisine is all about soul, and they are happy to share a bit of theirs with the neighborhood. At Pappe, the menu is focused primarily on north Indian cuisine with a few dishes from the south like Fish Chittinad, Allepey Fish Curry and Goan Crab Pav.

The Pig (1320 14th Street NW): $40 Menu – The Pig serves handcrafted food & drink, pork centric and respect the whole animal. Their plates are designed for sharing and are inspired by rustic dishes from around the world. They offer unique cocktails, American craft beers, and eco-friendly wines.

U Street Main Street

Alero (1301 U Street NW): $40 Menu, Paired Wine/Cocktail – Traditional Mexican cuisine with handcrafted margaritas on the rocks and frozen. A large selection of renamed tequilas and mezcal. Frida Kahlo theme decor on every wall, table and chairs. Two large patios offer great view of the vivid streets while you indulge with a refreshing margarita.

The beautiful dining room at El Secreto de Rosita

Bresca (1906 14th Street NW): $55 Menu, Paired Wine/Cocktail, Restaurant Week To-Go – Bresca is a contemporary Parisian bistro showcasing techniques rooted in France but influenced by our regionality, carefully sourcing only the best ingredients from both the mid atlantic & abroad. Building off the vibrant food scene of Paris’s Neo-bistro movement, Bresca displays an inspiring take on French cuisine in a relaxing environment.

El Secreto de Rosita (1624 U Street NW): $55 Menu, Restaurant Week To-Go – Inspired by an eclectic hacienda atmosphere in Latin America, it combines fresh, upscale street food with a tropical vibe in a relaxed environment. Specialty cocktails crafted with fresh-squeezed juices and a tropical variety of pisco drinks.