Don't want to cook a full Thanksgiving meal? These restaurants are offering special menus and timesaving takeaways.

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FIRST BITE | A new spinoff of Springfield’s Afghan Bistro brings old favorites and new highlights across the river.

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

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2.5 stars | John Critchley guides Robert Wiedmaier’s seafood restaurant in exciting directions

Already tried Amsterdam Falafelshop? Here are a few new and lesser-known spots to sample.

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$20 Diner | At this neighborhood spot, stick with the Iranian plates.

The owners of Equinox in downtown Washington have developed the dishes for the two dining concepts: casual cafe Milk & Honey and cafeteria-style Manna.

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FIRST BITE | Fabio Trabocchi trades pasta for paella at his newest dining destination.

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

Maybe you became a regular at that restaurant because of it. Or maybe you’ve avoided that bar at all costs ever since.

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2.5 stars | It’s making wine in a sleek glass building on the Navy Yard waterfront.

These filling and starchy dishes are so delicious you won’t feel guilty about devouring them.

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There are plenty of places to get a good (well-done) steak in the District.

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FIRST BITE | Busboys and Poets owner Andy Shallal flips Mulebone into a new 14th Street dining concept.

The shop from the team behind Pitango serves frozen treats, sandwiches and prosecco on tap, as well as gelato and alcohol pairings.

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

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2 stars | The College Park restaurant pays delicious tribute with crab cakes, ham biscuits, Smith Island cake — and even a take on Ethiopian kitfo.

Heading to a game or concert? Don't miss the neighborhood's best restaurants, happy hours and cocktail bars.

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THE $20 DINER | The owners of Royal Nepal draw from their background in fine dining.

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FIRST BITE | The 27-year-old chef highlights his diverse culinary roots at the District Wharf.

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