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“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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"The Man Who Ate Everything" -- great book

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by Sirina 20 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 20 years ago

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

Les Halles

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by Sirina 20 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...

Chowhounds Get Together at Full Kee

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by Jim Zurer 20 years ago

Gary Cheong and his friend Karen--visiting Chowhounds from NYC-- joined my wife Diana and me for lunch at Full Kee on Sunday. We lucked out and they had soft-shells that day....they were fabulous...

Clams at Full Kee -- Alert

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by Jim Zurer 20 years ago

Clams in black bean sauce are one of my favorite dishes at Full Kee and I have been disappointed in them on my last two visits. The clams, while large and juicy, have suffered from an off-taste--n...

dinner downtown?

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by SarahG 20 years ago

I will be visiting DC with a friend in the next couple of weeks and will be staying downtown (PA Ave. Marriott, I think). We would like to have one really fine dinner out but don't want to do a lo...

Breakfast in D.C. or Northern Virginia

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by A.J. VAUGHN 21 years ago

Looking for some great breakfast places--not fancy, not brunch, some place with great home cooked breakfast and preferably some personality too. Any suggestions?

Ethiopian Food in DC

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by Jim Zurer 23 years ago

Jim L. asked me to post something about the level of quality of the Ethiopian restaurants in the Adams-Morgan section of Washington DC. I am chagrined to say that in my first "assignment" I mus...

Steakhouses in Washington - help me pick one! (more)

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by Eli 20 years ago

I'm part of a group of 7 old college buddies (we all went to Johns Hopkins, in Baltimore, in the mid-'90s) who meet annually for a ritual we call Mens' Night. We're scattered - I'm in England, som...

good eats in Smithsonian / Capitol area

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by Alicia 20 years ago

My family is attending a conference in DC in August and we'll be wandering around the usual tourist areas. Where can we eat that is walking distance, but not the usual museum cafeteria food?

Milton Inn, Sparks, MD

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by greg 20 years ago

Anyone been to this place, which is about ten miles north of the B-More beltway? It gets consistently good reviews in the B-More media. I'm taking some folks there early next month. Thanks. Greg

nigerian food

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by dw 20 years ago

any recommendations for nigerian food (or failing that, ghanian food) in the d.c. area?

Indonesian in DC

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by Dave Sit 21 years ago

Does anyone know of a good Indonesian restaurant in the DC area?

Thai Roma in DC

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by Jim Leff 20 years ago

I just heard about a restaurant on Pennsylvania Ave in DC called Thai Roma that cooks both Thai and Italian(!). Anybody know if it's good?

HELP needed in Northern VA

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by Jennifer 21 years ago

Ok, here's my problem _ I'm visiting for the weekend from NYC to see my Aunt, who was just in a bad car accident. I came last weekend, too and ate such horrible food that it made everyt...

Suggestions for Washington DC, with kids?

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by Donna 21 years ago

We'd like to eat in some places that are kid friendly, but offer interesting food for the adults. The kids will try new things. We are staying right off the Mall, but we love taking the Metro ...

persian food

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by claudia 20 years ago

Chowhounds in the Washington, D.C. area should check out Capsian Kabobs at 1321-C Rockville Pike. Their $6.95 all-you-can-eat lunch features chicken, beef or lamb, stews, stewed and fresh vegetable...

Pizza Redux

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by Cap Hill 20 years ago

I'm back from Vancouver. Thanks to all who posted on the pizza thread. Sad that DC isn't a better pizza town. I'll check out Va-Ce though. Thanks for the hint.

One of the areas very best Asian Kitchens

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by Jodie & Mike 20 years ago

...is the headline from the Washingtonian review. Malaysia Kopitiam at 19th and M is everything the Washingtonian review states and more. We confess we are good friends of the owners, but hav...

Soft shells are back at Full Kee

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by Jim Zurer 20 years ago

If my fellow Chowhounds can keep it to themselves, I will let on that Full Kee, my favorite Chinese dive in Chinatown DC, is again serving their ethereal soft-shell crabs. My favorite preparation ...

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