News Release, Bendure Communications, INC
Fifteen participating restaurants offer great meal deals and additional specials
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., Jan. 11, 2018— National Harbor’s Annual Restaurant Week will take place January 26 to February 1 with 15 participating restaurants. In addition, The Capital Wheel, National Harbor’s iconic 180-foot climate-controlled observation wheel will be offering 20% off with your Restaurant Week receipt (maximum six tickets). Bobby McKey’s Dueling Piano Bar (located at 172 Fleet St., National Harbor, Md.) will offer free cover with a Restaurant Week receipt. (Offers good only during National Harbor Restaurant Week.)
Participating restaurants include some of the best eateries in the Washington D.C. metro area such as MGM National Harbor’s new Osteria Costa as well as Fish by José Andrés and Ginger—all at MGM. Also participating is nationally-acclaimed Succotash, The Walrus Oyster & Ale House, Bond 45 (only location outside of Manhattan), Rosa Mexicano, Sauciety an American Grill, Granite City, McCormick & Schmick’s, McLoone’s Pier House and more—all found in the Waterfront District at National Harbor.
“Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to sample some amazing food available from the many restaurants we have at National Harbor,” said Deborah Topcik, director of marketing for National Harbor. “And, restaurant week at National Harbor is different from the others in the region in the fact that it offers unique entertainment experiences in addition to dining, with special deals at the Capital Wheel and Bobby McKey’s Dueling Piano Bar.” Topcik added.
For more information on National Harbor’s Restaurant Week, visit www.NationalHarbor.com/restaurantweek.
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