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This D.C. Beverage Director Believes Everybody Has a Role to Play in Revolution

“Activism comes in many shapes and sizes,” says Andra “AJ” Johnson. “There is a lane for creatives as we can be the storytellers of the movement.” This past June in the wake of the protests after the...

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Bertha's and Bo Brooks

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by Kate 21 years ago

I'm going down to Baltimore and I'm curious about Bertha's. I've seen the bumper sticker everywhere and I've never actually eaten there (I go to Baltimore frequently). Is is worth a stop? Are the m...

Speaking of soft shells . . .

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by John 20 years ago

I was delighted (to my surprise) to eat a fabulantistic soft shell platter this afternoon at -- of all places -- The Palm (19th north of M)! (And James Carville didn't even ruin my meal!) Perfect...

Hagerstown

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by DonnaV 20 years ago

So..it was 2pm, the toddler hadn't had lunch, we're cruising past many McDonald's and Bob Evans's...anyone found something decent to eat in this burg?

Ten Penh lobster

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by pam 20 years ago

If you're splurging and want something great, go to Ten Penh (10th and Penn NW...)-- a pan asian trendy hot spot. Make a reservation and order the lobster. It is $30 so you should be feeling flush ...

Full Kee, Malaysia Kopitiam, Five Guys and Mehran

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by jen kalb 20 years ago

We visited above on a weekend visit to DC - walked by the Taste of DC festival but it was priced all wrong and the lines for tickets were too long, so we headed to Full Kee for a late lunch. Had sq...

The Inn at Little Washington and a thank you to Dena

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by melissa 20 years ago

Last year, I posted a request for any information about the Inn at Little Washington from chowhounders because I was thinking of having my wedding reception there. I got an especially nice respons...

Could the Post's New Critic Be ... a Closet Chowhound?

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by Pepper 20 years ago

I know this is old news to everybody who actually lives in D.C., but yesterday's article on favorite Washington restaurants by new Post critic Tom (``Not Related to Robert'') Sietsema actually made...

dinner tonight

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by Erin 20 years ago

I have labored all weekend over a decision - best friend in town from the West Coast, and I want a fun, delicious dinner with her tonight. DC Coast is closed, so I was vascillating between Kinkead...

Rosslyn within walking distance

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by Linda 21 years ago

I'll be visiting a friend in Rosslyn, Va., near the Newseum in June and hope to scope out early the good places to eat in that area across the river from Georgetown. Inexpensive is a plus, takeou...

Sad News

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by Bob W. 20 years ago

One of the Washington area's most beloved restaurants, L'Auberge Chez Francois, was severely damaged by an electrical fire Saturday. Most damage was to the kitchen, but the dining areas suffered...

Greasy Spoons (D.C. ed.): do they exist?

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by John 20 years ago

A very nice, very nostalgic thread is winding its way through the Manhattan board, discussing the classic, lamented greasy spoons that once dominated our fair city. (New York, that is, where most ...

Party in a B'More Restaurant

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by smee 20 years ago

Hi all, I'm wondering if you have any suggestions about a restaurant that might be a good place to throw a party for around 20+ people in Baltimore. My first thought was the Helmand (if that...

Restaurant Nora: worth it?

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by melissa 21 years ago

I am visiting my parents in the DC area (where I grew up) in a few weeks and want to have a really nice meal. I have been longing to go to Nora b/c I am a big supporter of sustainable agricultu...

Saturday Afternoon Fish Fry

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by John 20 years ago

Stopped by Horace & Dickie's (12th just north of H, North East, for out-of-towners) this afternoon on the way home from synagogue (nusach sepharad, of course) and enjoyed a classic H&D sandwich: de...

Top DC area restaurants

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by Greg 20 years ago

The October issue of Gourmet lists what their editors and critics say are the top restaurants in various cities around North America. For Washington, no real surprises, except perhaps for no. 1 ...

Shanghai Cafe - Bethesda

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by johann 20 years ago

Mini Review: Yet to find a good Chinese restaurant in Bethesda. Tried the Shanghai Cafe on Wisconsin Ave. a couple of times. I found it to be pretty basic and in many ways similar to the Americ...

Kaz's Sushi Bistro

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by Fred Vinson 20 years ago

I have been faithfully following this board for awhile now but haven't heard any opinion on one of my fav sushi joints, Kaz Sushi Bistro. Haven't had dinner there yet, but have eaten many lunchs th...

Pakistani Food on the Hill

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by pam 20 years ago

At risk of turning one of my hands-down favorite restaurants, a hole in the wall on Cap Hill that looks like someone threw up Pepto Bismol all over the walls, into a crowded and hip new haunt, I re...

Cambodian and Lao -- Where

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by George Kappus 20 years ago

In a 9/7 post Bob W. reported that there are Cambodian, Lao and Burmese restaurants (among many others) in Falls Church. I will be in Washington tomorrow night and would like to go to Falls Church...

Washington D.C.: One Helluva Chowhound Town!

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by Jim Leff 20 years ago

[In case some of you haven't noticed, there's a gigunda monster thread on our General Topics board where some people have accused Washington DC of being the worst chowhound city in America. I'm try...

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