The Week Will Prevail
If you were planning to eat healthy in the new year, formulate a new plan. Mere days after the start of 2006, while leftovers still tempt us from the fridge, the Washington, D.C. Convention and Tourism Corporation and the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington bring us another Restaurant Week. This year it's bigger than ever, with more than 140 restaurants offering lunch specials for $20.06 and dinner for $30.06 from Jan. 9-15. If you've been meaning to check out the new Rasika or Clyde's of Gallery Place or have always wanted to try Vidalia or 1789, this is the perfect opportunity.
I made the rounds of Restaurant Week in August. Highlights included Corduroy, which offered its full menu, Ceiba and Zola. Reservations tend to book up quickly, so make them as soon as you can. And don't fret: you can start getting healthy in February.
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