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The FiOS 50 is a premiere list of THE places to go in the DC Metro area, brought to you by Verizon FiOS and powered by Eater.

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The FiOS 50 are: Toki Underground, Vermilion, Kao Thai, Jackie’s Sidebar, Black’s Bar & Kitchen, Cava Restaurant, Addie’s, The Tasting Room Wine Bar & Shop, Pitango Gelato, Passion Fish, The Wine House, Mad Fox Brewing Company, Michel, Virtue Feed & Grain, Restaurant Eve, Cheesetique, Buzz Bakery, Liberty Tavern, Ray’s Hell Burger, Bar 3, EatBar, Addies, Pho 75, Bibiano Osteria and Enoteca, 2 Amys, Central, The Passenger, Kushi Izakaya, Birch and Barley, Ray’s the Steaks, CityZen, Komi, Marcels, Jaleo, Fiola, Ripple, Cork, Pearl Dive Oyster Palace, Black Salt, Bourbon Steak, Proof, Graffiato, Equinox, Dukem, The Source, Tabard Inn, Hank’s Oyster Bar, Rasika, Ben’s Chili Bowl, Estadio, and Palena.

Check into the FiOS 50 - and check out the best of what DC Metro has to offer.
Ben's Chili BowlWashington, D.C. • November 23, 2011

The line winds out the door at Ben's Chili Bowl at what seems like all times of day. Try the chili half smoke - Ben's signature dish and a favorite of Bil Cosby's!

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Hank's Oyster BarWashington, D.C. • November 28, 2011

Oysters should obviously be the first thing on your to-try list - especially chef Jamie Leeds own varietal of oyster, the Hayden's Reef. Try the lobster rolls, po' boys, and crab cakes too..

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The PassengerWashington, D.C. • November 28, 2011

Are you a cocktail person who doesn't actually know a lot about cocktails? The folks here have you covered. Tell them what you like and they'll come up with something you'll love.

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Addie'sRockville, MD • November 28, 2011

Addie's is one of the most casual members of restaurateur Jeff Black's empire but with a solid menu that stays true to the seasons and local produce. All ensconced in a converted house!

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RasikaWashington, D.C. • November 23, 2011

There is a reason why Washingtonians talk so highly of the palak chaat — flash-fried spinach — the standout appetizer at this much-beloved Indian restaurant. Try it. You'll thank us.

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