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Posted at 01:58 PM ET, 01/07/2013

Meat Week: Restaurant Week without those pesky vegetarians


Hill Country restaurant in Penn Quarter. (Scott Suchman - FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)
Yeah, Restaurant Week could be great, if only it weren’t for all of those pesky vegetables. But there’s no roughage allowed in the counter-programming to the biggest dining week of the year: #MEATWEEK, eight days of enthusiastic carnivorous eating. Pork will be savored. Facial hair will be be grown. Tums should be consumed. Vegetarians? LOL.

From Jan. 27 to Feb. 3 — conveniently, one week before Restaurant Week — you can eat smoky, barbecued meats every day. This year’s Meat Week will feature a food truck night at Living Social, as well as a barbecue brunch at Kangaroo Boxing Club. It’s not reservation-based, like Restaurant Week — you can simply show up at the designated time and location, and enjoy to-be-announced specials at each place. A full schedule is below, and more details will be announced on Meat Week’s Web site. Make your best Ron Swanson joke in the comments.

Sunday, January 27, 6:30 PM: Urban Bar-B-Que, Rockville

Monday, January 28, 6:30 PM: Hill Country Barbecue Market

Tuesday, January 29, 7 PM: Epic Smokehouse

Wednesday, January 30, 7 PM: Rocklands Barbeque and Grilling, D.C.

Thursday, January 31 7 PM: Pork Barrel

Friday, February 1, 7 PM: Barbecue Food Truck Face-Off – Hosted by Living Social, 918 F St. NW

Saturday, February 2, 1 PM: Kangaroo Boxing Club

Sunday, February 3, 12 PM: Mr. P’s Ribs & Fish, 514 Rhode Island Avenue, NE – in Rhode Island Ave Center parking lot.

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