$25 for $50 Worth of Modern Continental Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Willow Restaurant in Arlington, VA

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Alaska halibut with corn raviolini, pepper-crusted top sirloin steak, and poached lobster tail star in a menu of modern continental cuisine

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Expires Oct 15th, 2012. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Not valid until 8/27/12. Reservations recommended. Not valid for alcohol. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid on holidays. 18% gratuity will be added to the value of the entire meal. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$25 for $50 Worth of Modern Continental Cuisine

The menu of modern continental cuisine includes dishes such as wild alaska halibut, slightly roasted, atop a bed a corn raviolini and a ragout of heirloom tomatoes ($29.50), poached lobster tail with lobster ravioli ($31.50), and pepper-crusted cast-iron-seared steak ($28.50 for a 9-ounce top sirloin).

Willow Restaurant

Tracy O’Grady, an acclaimed chef who once ran the kitchen of Kinkead’s Restaurant, teamed up with Kate Jansen, a cofounder of Firehook Bakeries, to craft Willow Restaurant’s modern continental menu. Their dishes draw on traditional culinary techniques from both French and northern Italian cooking blended with high-end American ingredients. Though complex in flavor, all of the entrees—from the miniature rack of pork to the roasted wild alaska halibut to the pepper-crusted seared top sirloin steak—are prepared with straightforward, simple techniques.

Hoping to create a tranquil and relaxing sanctuary from the stressful pace of the country’s capital, the eatery calms its dining room with deep-purple and burgundy accents, rich fabrics, and mahogany woodwork. The space feels like a re-creation of a 1930s jazz lounge, with black-and-white photographs and glistening silver trays. Two semiprivate rooms with seating for up to 10 can be great for private dinners and upscale Go Fish tournaments, and the larger private dining room can be reserved for events with up to 50 guests.

Willow Restaurant

Tracy O’Grady, an acclaimed chef who once ran the kitchen of Kinkead’s Restaurant, teamed up with Kate Jansen, a cofounder of Firehook Bakeries, to craft Willow Restaurant’s modern continental menu. Their dishes draw on traditional culinary techniques from both French and northern Italian cooking blended with high-end American ingredients. Though complex in flavor, all of the entrees—from the braised lamb shank to the roasted wild alaskan halibut to the pepper-crusted seared top sirloin steak—are prepared with straightforward, simple techniques.

Hoping to create a tranquil and relaxing sanctuary from the stressful pace of the country’s capital, the eatery calms its dining room with deep-purple and burgundy accents, rich fabrics, and mahogany woodwork. The space feels like a re-creation of a 1930s jazz lounge, with black-and-white photographs and glistening silver trays. Two semiprivate rooms with seating for up to 10 can be great for private dinners and upscale Go Fish tournaments, and the larger private dining room can be reserved for events with up to 50 guests.

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