Rooster & Owl, Thip Khao and the Salt Line are among the popular spots that are once again serving food.

  • Adele Chapin
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The Ethiopian owners spent more than a year perfecting a recipe that contains a small reminder of their homeland.

Ben’s Chili Bowl, Cantler’s and the Vienna Inn are among the long-standing spots that have pivoted to takeout.

Countless pizzerias have pivoted to takeaway and delivery, which puts the finest pies right at our fingertips.

The window has become the lifeblood for the founders of this beloved burger and custard shop in Front Royal.

Several joints are still selling top-notch ’cue to go, while a crazy newcomer is making a name for himself.

D.C. area coffee shops have morphed into carryouts with apps to preorder your lattes and espressos.

Hardy’s BBQ, Dirty South Deli, Corn Factory and Cracked Eggery are still on the streets, offering great food.

The convenience chain has moved into the quick-serve restaurant game, and the growing pains are obvious.

FIRST BITE | Michael Rafidi revisits his roots at the new Navy Yard restaurant.

To best experience the Herndon shop, avoid the superhot spice blends or all you’ll taste is your own fear.

FIRST BITE | The partners behind several ramen hot spots are putting an inherited pizza oven to great use.

The counter inside Whole Foods Market in Silver Spring has an ambitious agenda.

FIRST BITE | Pepe Moncayo brings a global disposition to Penn Quarter.

This month’s picks include Frank Ruta’s return, plus a Hyattsville brewery with crowd-pleasing food.

The tasty counter-service restaurant comes from the siblings behind Los Hermanos in Columbia Heights.

FIRST BITE | French classics and a stunning space in a former bank are drawing diners to Penn Quarter.

Tosokchon specializes in the silken-tofu stew soondubu jjigae, but the pleasures don’t stop there.

FIRST BITE | Omar Masroor’s third restaurant feels like home.

The runners-up include a chicken paneer pie and a meat lover’s special named after Juan Soto.

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