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At Addie’s, a fresh start builds on a towering reputation

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

FIRST BITE | Jeff Black’s beloved seafood restaurant hits the mark with a new location and a new-look menu.

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At these two long-recommended D.C. eateries, be careful about what you order

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

THE $20 DINER | Upon a re-evaluation, Panda Gourmet and Florida Avenue Grill display inconsistencies that require strategizing.

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Tom Sietsema: At the MGM National Harbor casino, a celebrity chef’s restaurant falls flat

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

1 star | Marcus Samuelsson’s namesake place serves only a few gems among the duds

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At Mason Dixie Biscuit Co., a southern recipe that brings folks together

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

FIRST BITE | Guilty pleasures abound at the new fried chicken fast-casual. Do yourself a favor and dig in.

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Tom Sietsema: The Salt Line is an instant hit, with superb seafood and a view to match

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Tom Sietsema: Chinese food, elevated with fresh ideas

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

2.5 stars | At Q by Peter Chang in Bethesda, harmony and prosperity are reflected in the food.

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Tom Sietsema: At the Riggsby, playfulness — including a ‘pot brownie’ — joins the supper-club vibe

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

2 stars | New chefs rewrite much of the menu, adding a stellar, messy burger and a punny take on dessert.

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Tom Sietsema: At Millie’s, good seafood and drinks bring the beach to D.C.

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

2.5 stars | Outpost of Nantucket spot is drawing crowds for its lobster rolls, ice cream and more

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Tom Sietsema: Raw fish with some artful twists at Sushi Gakyu

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

FIRST BITE | Yoshihisa Ota eschews the grill and lets his fish take the spotlight.

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$20 Diner: Shawarma Guys makes some of the best cheap sandwiches around

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

$20 DINER | The Franconia shop looks like a chain but cooks like a street vendor.

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$20 Diner: District BBQ and three other runners-up for best barbecue in the D.C. area

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

$20 DINER | Now that it’s split from Oklahoma Joe’s, District BBQ is getting back to its Kansas City roots.

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Tom Sietsema: At La Puerta Verde, the Mexican flavors are a precious cargo

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

2 stars | An engaging ambiance is matched chef Carlos Camacho’s menu

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Tom Sietsema: Mike Isabella’s newest restaurant, Arroz, shines the brightest

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

3 stars | With a focus on North Africa and Spain, the restaurant in the Marriott Marquis is the empire-builder’s best so far

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Mola adds a fresh splash of Spain to Mount Pleasant

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

FIRST BITE | The owners of Woodbridge’s Nido have found a promising niche in Northwest Washington.

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Gus’s Fried Chicken is ‘world famous’ for a reason

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

$20 Diner | The chain makes its Washington-region debut in Greenbelt with hot, spicy and delicious birds.

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