National Harbor Dine-Around Restaurants Offer Great Food, Convenient Locations

Posted 24 August 2017 By Zachary Brousseau


For attendees of the RAPS 2017 Regulatory Convergence, the National Harbor offers not only a great venue to meet and learn, but also convenient evening dining options. If you have attended Convergence in the past you probably know that the “dine-arounds,” where you sign up for a group meal with fellow attendees, is one of the conference’s most popular social opportunities. This year’s dine-around restaurants are all located right at the National Harbor, just steps from the Gaylord National Resort (see map embedded below).

Dine-arounds provide a chance to spend some quality time with fellow attendees, who may be old friends or new acquaintances, outside the more formal conference setting. This year, they will take place Monday, 11 September. To participate, simply sign up at registration in the Potomac Foyer at the Gaylord. You may pick from one of eight pre-determined restaurants that have reserved space for between 10 and 15 Convergence attendees. Departure for the dine-arounds will be from the Gaylord lobby, next to the Belvedere Lobby Bar.

Following is a list of the restaurants, along with links to reviews and more information. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask at RAPS Central.

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