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20 places updated April 20, 2014
In an effort to keep things fresh, it's limited to bars that have opened, changed key staff or made significant upgrades in the past two years or so. More here: http://wapo.st/1i2rc6D.
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28 places updated April 10, 2014
Readers and staff select the area’s best dishes, tapping more District restaurants than ever before. See whose BLT, fried chicken and doughnut made the cut. By Lavanya Ramanathan.
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9 places updated February 13, 2014
Here's the rundown on how long you have to wait.
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10 places updated March 6, 2014
Our food critic Tom Sietsema dines out a lot. But normally, he's eating on The Post's dime. For the few meals a year where he must go out just for himself, he'd go to these nine places.
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14 places updated October 31, 2013
From Howard Theatre to the soon-to-open skating rink at Old City Farm & Guild, Shaw is more than just a place to have dinner or drinks. Here are the spots you should know about. wapo.st/1bGX7rK
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40 places updated March 6, 2014
From old staples to newcomers, Tom Sietsema's 40 picks reflect a changing culinary scene in the District, Maryland and Virginia. Below are his picks and tips for each.
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    "Here, burrata is given a healthy(-ish) treatment that perfectly suits the neighborhood’s crunchy reputation: The cheese comes atop farro tossed with celery, lemon and basil."
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    American
    · Takoma Park, United States
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    "In this bright and beachy Adams Morgan bar where oysters rule, daring diners can opt for something less familiar: fried smelts with vinegar-soaked peppers and "Jersey sauce.""
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    Seafood
    · Washington, United States
    6.2
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    "One order, shared with a dinner date, of the North Indian palak chat, never seems like enough. Greens are flashed fried and laced with yogurt, tamarind chutney, onion and black salt."
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    Indian
    · Washington, United States
    9.4
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    "The bread, warm and so fresh that it’s crunchy and soft at the same time, is the ideal vehicle for the red-hued pork, daikon, jalapeno, cilantro and rich Vietnamese mayonnaise that make up the No. 2."
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    Sandwiches
    · Falls Church, United States
    9.1
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    "The Chocolate Onyx is three desserts in one: brownie, crème brûlée and chocolate mousse. It's served with dark chocolate sorbet and a bonbon. Pro tip: stash the bonbon in your purse for later."
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    Lounge
    · Washington, United States
    8.8
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    "It only makes sense to douse the Sichuan soup with fiery, garlicky Sichuan chili oil and to order a half-dozen small plates of mustard greens and scallion pancakes for pairing and sharing."
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    Dim Sum
    · Rockville, United States
    7.6