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by Nate Martin 19 years ago

Let's get a quick list going of people's favorite restaurants in the most restaurant-packed areas of the city. I'll start a couple of these off, and hopefully others will pick up the ball and run ...

New Restaurant (Cajun?), Alexandria, VA...What, Where?

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by Hungry for something new 19 years ago

Anyone know the name and address of a new restaurant in Alexandria (Cajun, I think) that just opened? Any info greatly appreciated.

and another thing...

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by pam 19 years ago

If you are ever in Maryland on ...301 I think -- stop in La Plata at Cynthia's pancake house. It's on the east side of the highway, if you are coming to DC you are going to have to pull a u-ey. Ver...

I clearly don't have enough work to do...

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by pam 19 years ago

as summer winds down and with it crab season do not forget the steamed blue claws down at the fish market. you can get just as many or as few as you want and eat them on the dock with your feet dan...

The Kurdish Restaurant in No. Va.

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by Bob W. 19 years ago

The place is called Ceilov. It's at 116 E. Fairfax St, Falls Church VA. 703.237.4777. No credit cards.

not at all about food - source for men's clothing in DC?

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by jen kalb 19 years ago

mea culpa, but if anyone knows of a good reasonably priced source for sober men's office wear and shoes in DC or B'More, please send me a note - my son started a cap hill internship yesterday and f...

favor to ask all 'Hounds

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by John Piekarski 19 years ago

Fellow 'Hounds, As a person who uses the boards a lot for business trips and personal travel, can I ask that folks include the address -- especially the city name -- when recommending a place? ...

Yanyu

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by pam 19 years ago

I feel a bit shy about making this recommendation only because it doesn't seem edgy enough for true CHs, but whenever I want a great meal I go to Yanyu and order the tasting menu (the cheaper versi...

navigating this board

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by pam 19 years ago

Does anyone have easy user instructions for this board? I have a hard time finding threads I was interested in tracking unless I use the initial search function on the home page. Other than that, e...

Driving to DC

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by Lisa 19 years ago

We'll be driving from NY to DC any interesting eats along the way. We'll be stopping over in Baltimore a couple of days. And kid friendly please (kid likes lobster, clams and vegetables)

she-crab soup

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by gravyboat 19 years ago

anybody know a place in d.c. that makes she-crab soup better than the market inn?

Chinese in Rockville

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by Sirina 19 years ago

I had lived in in DC for five years when my parents came to visit a year and a half ago and tapped into their immigrants-from-Taiwan-in-the-'60s network and discovered three Chinese places that wer...

Mooncakes in D.C.

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by Marty L. 19 years ago

The mooncake threads on other boards have piqued my curiosity. Anyone know of any reliable places in the D.C. area to get good mooncakes this week? P.S. Do young kids actually like them? If ...

Stop Picking on Washington

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by Jim Leff 19 years ago

I've posted a long missive defending Washington D.C.'s chow-worthiness on the Baltimore/DC message board. Take a look, and please take the DC portion of the discussion over there (everyone else, pl...

What's good between DC and Crisfield, Maryland?

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by Sirina 19 years ago

I am driving from DC to Crisfield, MD this weekend, and staying overnight in Crisfield (on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay). Any food recommendations along the way?

Report from the Hitching Post

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by John 19 years ago

Headed over to the Hitching Post recently, jonesing for crab cakes -- which were sold out by 2030, but no worry, and . . . fantabulistic! For the uninitated, the Post is a brightly lit but little ...

craving crabs!

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by dw 19 years ago

i've been in maryland for a month now, and i just realized i still haven't had any of the famed crab in this area! is anyone willing to give me a primer on the different types of crab available...

"The Man Who Ate Everything" -- great book

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by Sirina 19 years ago

Yes, I am getting addicted to this site. I noticed a book recommendation list, so I am adding my vote for The Man Who Ate Everything, by Jeffrey Steingarten. He is the food critic for, yes, Vogue...

vietnamese/thai

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by vsvillage 19 years ago

Does anyone have any word on TenPenh on Tenth and Pennsylvania?

Les Halles

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by Sirina 19 years ago

In a message in the "dinner downtown" chain, someone asked about the DC Les Halles. My husband and I have been there several times, but swore it off three or four years ago. The problem was no...

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