For a Post-Post Hunt Meal

Dozens of eateries sit within the Post Hunt boundaries. Keep these in mind for after-puzzle grub.

 
 
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The local Tex-Mex chain specializes in family-friendly fare and margaritas.

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Cheap, tasty pies are served in a dining room that's good for kids.

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There's no way around it: Harry's is a dive. But folks come to this saloon for no-nonsense burgers and cheap, domestic beers.

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If small plates can squash your hunger, Jose Andres' tapas restaurant is still the gold standard.

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Gourmet pizzas and tasty miniburgers are the draw here. Expect to wait for a table.

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The South African chain offers spicy chicken and delectable sides. Order at the counter and a waitress will bring the meal to your table.

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Slurp oysters and nosh on solid American fare in the Ebbitt's clubby dining room.

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If the weather is nice, Poste's courtyard is a great place to enjoy cocktails and shareable appetizers.

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Reward yourself with a cupcake after the puzzle. The namesake desserts are the best of the bunch.

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The tea shop specializes in healthful Asian-accented lunch.

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