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going home- need recommendations

becky | Dec 18, 200010:35 PM     7

having grown up in dc, and subsequently having fled to nyc, i've always been pretty down on the place as a food city. but i have decided to head home this year with an open mind and so i am putting myself in the hands of you knowledgeable people.

i'm looking for the best of the following:

(northwest preferred; the parents don't stray far)

-something vaguely upscale, nothing too trendy, or phenominally expensive.

-thai, chinese, or otherwise --informal, cheap, authentic.

-Sushi. I've only been to Sushi Ko. Where else should i visit?

Other ideas are, of course, very much encouraged.

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