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Get Going Out Guide tips from the Washington Post on Foursquare

If you want our recommendations for the best restaurants, events and sightseeing locations around D.C., look no further than Foursquare. We're creating lists with some of our top choices. The newest addition is the Fall Dining Guide 2013, which features all 40 of  Tom Sietsema's picks.

(Joseph Victor Stefanchik/For The Washington Post) (Joseph Victor Stefanchik/For The Washington Post)

Little Serow 1511 17th St. NW
"This underground, 28-seat restaurant specializes in the hot, sour and herby notes of northeastern Thailand, doesn't take reservations and offers only a seven-course, family-style menu."

Blue Duck Tavern 1201 24th St. NW
"Handsome quilts create a restful backdrop to the assured, farm-to-table cooking of the Texas-born, French-trained Sebastien Archambault."

Meaza Restaurant & Market 5700 Columbia Pike, Falls Church
"The area's biggest Ethiopian restaurant also ranks as one of its best."

If you follow us on Foursquare, you'll get recommendations and might even unlock the Washington Post badge when you check in at certain locations. Some other lists we've created? D.C.'s best burgers and local restaurants with 50+ Years.

Margaret Ely is a digital editor for Lifestyle. Previously, she was an intern for the Post’s Metro section.



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