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Northern Virginia Restaurant Week has returned! The annual event running through March 26 includes more than 60 restaurants, with more added daily.

The goal of the event is to draw attention to Northern Virginia’s hospitality industry and the dining options close to home or work, according to a news release.

Participating restaurants can be found at

“Northern Virginia Restaurant Week is a week-long, dining experience taking place at a variety of establishments from fine dining to fast casual. That means that everyone can take part,” said Debbie Jones, president and CEO of the Prince William Chamber of Commerce. “Speaking on behalf of the Chamber, it’s our privilege to shine the spotlight on the vibrant local hospitality industry. Speaking as a resident of Northern Virginia, I am looking forward to exploring new dining options throughout the region. This has become one of my favorite weeks of the year!”

Restaurant Week is presented by chambers of commerce in Prince William, Greater Reston, Loudoun County and Arlington, along with the Virginia Restaurant, Lodging and Travel Association.

The Northern Virginia Restaurant Week partnership is once again working with to provide consumers a chance to make stress-free reservations. Restaurants who are already on Open Table will be featured on a special NOVA Restaurant Week page.

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