The $20 Diner has high expectations for the new Dining Terrace. But are those expectations misplaced?
Owner works out plans for two new barbecue locations, while working to fix broken pipes at his current spot.
The atmosphere isn’t exactly tropical, but the $20 Diner finds island flavor bursting from every to-go container.
To Texans and former Texans of a certain vintage, Chuy’s conjures warm feelings that may mystify newcomers.
The $20 Diner wishes Kangnam BBQ could better handle its missions — meat and sports — or focus on one.
While you suck down Starbucks and a bran muffin, the rest of the world starts the day with genuine flavor.
Brisket, even though it’s not the $20 Diner’s favored Texas style, is the star of this Union Market stand.
The restaurant within a restaurant won’t temper its authentic heat, bringing tears to the $20 Diner’s eyes.
The $20 Diner digs into a sixer of the super-hot wings and determines the product is more hype than hyper-burn.
From tacos to rice bowls, the Post's cheap eats critic offers his favorites bites from 2014.