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Twice-Closed K Street Speakeasy Is Back Again With Some Changes - Source Washingtonian
Dec 01,2016

K Street basement bar The Speak shut down twice for operating without a proper liquor license. Now, the bar is preparing to reopen on Dec. 8 with a new menu and new name: The Rent.

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What to Eat Right Now If You’re Already Craving Thanksgiving Dinner - Source Washingtonian
Nov 16,2016

1. Turkey-leg confit at Convivial House-made ranch dressing, candied pecans, and bitter endives make this one of our favorite salads. 801 O St., NW; 202-525-2870.


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Nasime Restaurant Opening Soon in O'Town - Fireman Mike
Nov 11,2016

A new restaurant is coming to 1209 King Street in Old Town, Alexandria. The restaurant is named Nasime and features authentic Japanese cuisine. The build out of the location is nearing completion

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Dinner at Falls Church’s New Ethiopian Restaurant Comes With Live Music and Dancing - Source Washingtonian
Nov 09,2016

From the decor to food to the clothing of the servers, the owners of Eyo Restaurant aim to make everything at their second Ethiopian eatery a little more authentic.


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The Conceptualizer: Meet chef Graham Duncan of Alexandria Restaurant Partners
Nov 04,2016

Chef Graham Duncan is back where he thrives — in the kitchen. He’s never been busier either, overseeing a staff of more than 80 and spending a day each week at a different restaurant.

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New Alexandria Japanese Restaurant Forgoes Sushi For Wallet-Friendly Tasting Menu - Source Washingtonian
Nov 03,2016

You won't find spicy tuna rolls or salmon nigiri on the menu at Nasime. Instead, chef and owner Yuh Shimomura wanted to show off a different side of Japanese cuisine at his new

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DC Foie Fest Reignites the Fight: Delicious or Cruel? - Source Washingtonian
Oct 27,2016

"Happy ducks are tasty ducks." Or so says Ariane Daguin, founder of D’Artagnan, one of the country’s leading purveyors of foie gras. Not surprisingly, this philosophy is not shared by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

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The Christmas Bar Is Coming Back to DC—And It's Bigger Than Ever - Source Washingtonian
Oct 20,2016

DC’s most popular pop-up will make its tinsel-filled return next month–and it’s going to be bigger than ever. Miracle on Seventh Street (a.k.a. the Christmas Bar) takes over




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