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Dabney (Washington, D.C.)

Close your eyes.  Now, think of a place where you can go where everything is perfect.  The sand is warm, the water is cold, the food is perfect, all the people you love are healthy and rich, and you have all the keys to success.  Now, open your eyes.  This restaurant is the closest thing

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Chiko (Washington, D.C.)

Very rarely do I go to Chinese and/or Korean spots, why?  I have no f***ing idea, but I’m kind of disappointed in myself for not venturing out to more of places with those cuisines.  I have yet to have a bad meal from any of them, and I always get some type of different flavor

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OYAMEL (Washington, D.C.)

I guess there seems to be something about Chef Jose Andres that I can’t shake, because just like the previous post of Zaytinya, this restaurant is led by him.  Oyamel is located on the opposite end of Zaytinya about four blocks from Chinatown.  (How amazing do you have to be to get prime real estate

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