Area restaurants mark a ‘Day without a Woman’

Two women join a march in D.C. as part of a Day without a Woman on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. (WTOP/Kristi King)
Wednesday is International Women’s Day and D.C. area restaurants are giving a nod to women, many of whom are taking part in the ‘Day without a Woman’ economic strike, with specials on food and drinks. Others are donating a portion of sales to local charities.  Hat tip to the Washingtonian, which compiled a longer list.   Chidi Uche and Susie Colbert take part in a march in D.C. as part of a Day without a Woman on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. (WTOP/Kristi King) (WTOP/Kristi King)

Ambar Capital Hill and Clarendon

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Centrolina

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Crisp Kitchen and Bar

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Fare Well

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L’Enfant Cafe

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Nido

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Pizza Paradiso

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Rare Sweets

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Red Derby

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Ris

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Sticky Fingers

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Veloce

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Two women join a march in D.C. as part of a Day without a Woman on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. (WTOP/Kristi King)

WASHINGTON – Wednesday is International Women’s Day and D.C. area restaurants are giving a nod to women, many of whom are striking and protesting, with specials on food and drinks. Others are donating a portion of sales to local charities.

Hat tip to the Washingtonian, which compiled a longer list.

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