Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema entertains your dining questions, rants and raves.

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3 stars | Tae Strain’s changes elevate the David Chang restaurant at CityCenter.

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THE $20 DINER | The Silver Spring bar, which survived a 2015 fire, has reopened with its vintage jukebox and burgers and tots.

Fresh thyme leaves add a special touch to this classic picnic fare.

FIRST BITE | Thoughtful pastas, antipasti and more give the neighborhood a new Italian outpost.

Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema entertains your dining questions, rants and raves.

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2 stars | Chef Noé Canales lacks name recognition, but he’s cooked at some of DC’s most popular Italian restaurants

England's leading scorer could be on his way to D.C. United. Here's where he should spend his free time.

FIRST BITE | The remade dining room in the Sofitel bests the lackluster French cooking.

Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema entertains your dining questions, rants and raves.

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At these local shops, you’ll want to arrive with an empty stomach.

The financial terms of the settlement are undisclosed, but Isabella vows to "strengthen our internal policies and practices."

The newcomers include All Purpose, Declaration and a pop-up beer garden from Aslin, one of Virginia's most talked-about craft breweries.

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FIRST BITE | The latest draw in the Line hotel serves Asian flavors created by Erik Bruner-Yang.

With so many new restaurants in D.C., who can keep up? Tom Sietsema reviews 30 places that opened in the last year, including his top 10.

With so many new restaurants in D.C., who can keep up? Tom Sietsema reviews 30 places that opened in the last year, including his top 10.

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With so many new restaurants in D.C., who can keep up? Tom Sietsema reviews 30 places that opened in the last year, including his top 10.

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This taste of Georgian food and wines doesn’t quite measure up to memory.

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In a former fire station, Peter Prime cooks the food of his native Trinidad.

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New York chef Roberto Santibañez brings great margaritas, enchiladas and more to the Wharf.

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