Upscale steakhouse opens in Northeast D.C.
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Upscale steakhouse opens in Northeast D.C.

Ray's: The Steaks at East River opens with Mayor Adrian M. Fenty (D) joining eccentric restaurateur Michael Landrum to unveil his latest addition. Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray (D) is also on hand. The new restaurant will be Ward 7's second big-name, sit-down establishment. Denny's will finally get some company. (Hamil Harris/Edited by Jason Aldag/The Washington Post)

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