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8 Presidents Day Recipes Based on Famed Hated Foods of the Commanders-in-Chief

Being Commander-in-Chief comes with certain privileges, chief among them, having a staff available to supply you with as much of your favorite foods as you want. Alternately, and perhaps a bigger privilege...

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New in DC.....Bis

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by Jim Zurer 20 years ago

We ate at Bis last week and enjoyed it very much. From the owners of Vidalia, Bis is a hip French/American bistro with excellent food-- sweetbreads, mussels, steak frites, etc., a nice all- Fren...

Dining (and eating) in DC- and Bethesda (Md.)

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by Lisa R. 21 years ago

I will be going home to parents over the holidays- I expect some good free babysitting and my husband and I want to catch up and try out great new places. They live in Bethesda, but we will be ...

Kinkead's: My favorite restaurant in Washington, DC

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by Jim Zurer 22 years ago

If you are coming to DC and only have time for one meal, I enthusiastically recommend that you go to Kinkead's. Seafood is the highlight here; preparations sometime flirt with going over the to...

Back from DC

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by Pete Feliz 22 years ago

Thanks again for the info. Unfortunately--with four kids under the age of twelve--it was McD's and its clones. I didn't even get the chance to eat at Scholl's. Still, I think I went one better tha...

Full Kee -- My favorite Chinese restaurant in DC

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by Jim Zurer 22 years ago

You might easily walk past the somewhat grimy window of Full Kee on the edge of Washington's very small Chinatown, but that would be a big mistake. Full Kee is a marvel....a consistently excell...

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