Greater DC’s Black Restaurant Week kicks off Sunday, July 16, with approximately 100 Black food businesses around the district, Maryland and Virginia as part of a nationwide campaign to celebrate Black-owned eateries and increase sales. was boosted. Black Restaurant Week (actually his two weeks) runs until the end of July. Here are some notable participating restaurants and specials.
Allset Restaurant & Bar
8630 Fenton St., Silver Spring
The spacious Seafood Dining Room offers a $45 three-course meal of oyster Rockefeller, broccolini, wild rice, pork chops with peach chutney, and buttermilk scones with berries and cream.brothers restaurant Money Muscle BBQ and chicken coop Flyers Roadside Get 10 percent off your takeout order when you order through our website.
Ben’s Next Door
1211 U St., NW
Ben’s Chili Bowl’s modern brunch sibling offers $40 specials that include cocktails, appetizers, entrees, and desserts. Choose from appetizers such as buffalo cauliflower and rump crab deviled eggs and entrees such as jerk his penne or chicken and waffles.
The 20-year-old pizza chain, with locations from Rockville to Capitol Hill to Merrifield, offers two fixed-price menus. A $25 two-course lunch includes a salad or arancini plus his second course, such as a burger or his 10-inch pizza. The $41 3-course dinner menu starts with salads and appetizers such as chicken fettuccine Alfredo, miso salmon, or a 14-inch pizza and progresses to desserts such as brownies and New York cheesecake.
1005 U St., NW; 5933 Georgia Ave, NW
The popular soul food spot in U Street and Brightwood offers a double entree with two sides, a dessert and a drink for $40 when ordered online using code BRW23. Classic plates include fries such as whiting, short ribs and wings.
920 14th St., NW
On Thursdays and Fridays, this atmospheric nightclub/restaurant in Franklin Park offers a $55 3-course dinner and a $45 bottomless brunch with Caribbean-inspired American fare and unlimited cocktails. .
Dozens of other black-owned restaurants are also participating.They include half smoke DCa lounge-style U-street spot. Spice Kitchen West African Grilla Nigerian Jollof rice specialty at Mixed Food Hall in Brentwood. Appio African Bar & Grill, a corner of Ghana on the show.and a vegan soul food chain nu vegan cafeGeorgia Avenue and College Park, Baltimore and Woodbridge.