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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.

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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.

FIRST BITE | There’s more than great pizza on the menu at the New York import in Shaw.

FIRST BITE | The acclaimed chef is at it again in a gorgeous new setting in Dupont Circle.

Mailbag: Chefs and restaurateurs debate the pros and cons of handing out beverage menus to every diner.

FIRST BITE | Danny Meyer’s hospitality empire expands to the Yards in Southeast Washington.

The chain offers neither a well-defined persona nor much smoke.

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FIRST BITE | Housemade pastas and thoughtful small plates are welcome additions to Adams Morgan.

FIRST BITE | The Indian fast-casual restaurant with a 300-serving daily cap plans to open more branches around the area.

The shop dedicated to Lanzhou hand-pulled noodle soup may take some liberties, but you won’t mind.

FIRST BITE | One-of-a-kind dishes mix cross-continental flavors. Advocacy is on the menu, too.

The top three spots this year are occupied by female chefs and restaurateurs.

FIRST BITE | Erik Bruner-Yang’s newest restaurant in Navy Yard is a playful throwback.

Smoking Kow deserved a spot on The Post’s annual D.C. barbecue guide. Here’s why.

FIRST BITE | The five-year project of Jack Rose owner Bill Thomas is already a hit.

The family-run restaurant in Alexandria has a secret weapon: a sibling who is a rising star in the kitchen.

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