D.C. Restaurant Week: 13 critic-approved spots where you can still book a table

January 13

It's D.C. Restaurant Week, which means $20.14 three-course lunches and $35.14 three-course dinners at more than 200 restaurants through Jan. 19.  That's a lot of options to sift through, so we've put together a list of participating restaurants from Tom Sietsema's most recent dining guide.

As of noon Monday, all had reservations available -- better luck next time if you were hoping for Rasika -- though you'll need to be willing to dine late in some cases. You can book through OpenTable and CityEats

Ambar


House vegetable salad (Photo by Stacy Zarin Goldberg/For the Wahington Post)

Daikaya


Vegetarian Ramen at Daikaya. (Photo by Scott Suchman/For the Washington Post)

Del Campo


The beef short ribs with charred red peppers and bone marrow and chimichurri sauce at DelCampo Restaurant, Washington, DC. (Photo by Scott Suchman/For the Washington Post)

DGS Delicatessen


Hot pastrami sandwich (Photo by Scott Suchman/For the Washington Post)

Jaleo


Pan De Crystal (Photo by Greg Powers/For The Washington Post)

Kapnos


Beet salad (Photo by Stacy Zarin Goldberg/For the Wahington Post)

Mintwood Place


Bacon and onion flammekueche, or flaming tart, is an Alsatian favorite at Mintwood Place. (Matt McClain/For The Washington Post)

Oval Room


Kazu marinated duck (Photo by Joseph Victor Stefanchik for The Washington Post)

Oyamel


Tacos de Hongos ((Photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

Range


Venison with spaetzle (Photo by Stacy Zarin Goldberg/For the Wahington Post)

Trummer’s on Main


Scallop Carpaccio: Snap peas, candied ginger, sorrel and kefir lime broth Photo by Joseph Victor Stefanchik for The Washington Post)

Vermilion


Soup-sandwich combo at Vermilion is made of a butternut squash soup with a roasted squash sandwich (Photo by Astrid Riecken for The Washington Post)

Vidalia


The Bread Basket, with potato roll, Vidalia's corn bread, onion foccacia, onion marmalade and sweet cream butter with sea salt (Photo by Joseph Victor Stefanchik for The Washington Post)
Margaret Ely is a digital editor for Lifestyle. Previously, she was an intern for the Post’s Metro section.
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