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Fiola is Italian for luxurious

At Fabio Trabocchi’s flagship, the seats are plush and the food is luscious.

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Fiola Mare’s seafood is worth the plunge

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On the Georgetown waterfront, it glorifies the ocean’s bounty.

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At Chez Billy Sud, comfort and style mingle

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Come to this Georgetown spot for the cozy charm, and stay for the food.

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Convivial masters traditions — and plays with them

Cedric Maupillier channels the legendary Michel Richard, but puts his own stamp on French-American fare.

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Taste a champion baker’s best at Bread Furst

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By making loaves, sandwiches and sweets to die for, Mark Furstenberg proves he deserves his accolades.

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Creativity lives on at Central Michel Richard

The modern bistro maintains the spirit of fun and accessibility established by its late founder.

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Michelin adds 3 D.C. restaurants to its cheap-eats list. But is $22 pasta cheap?

The honored Bib Gourmand restaurants include Sfoglina, which would seem to stretch the definition of cheap to its breaking point.

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Having a rough day? Try a $10 wine from Bulgaria.

RECOMMENDED | One is red, one is white, and both are solid. Plus two affordable French bottles and a lovely Austrian gruner.

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Sfoglina brings indulgence to the neighborhood

Exquisite pastas and more, from the team behind Fiola and Fiola Mare.

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We’ll never agree about D.C.’s best bars, but we ranked them anyway

Our favorites in 2017 include havens for pinball, cider, craft beer, tiki drinks and more