• Analysis

The food planned for the French president’s banquet includes stylish touches, with three courses instead of four.

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David Deshaies serves killer breakfast sandwiches by day and elevated comfort food by night.

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The ground-floor bar below the formal steakhouse is the place for moderately priced fun.

FIRST BITE | Tastes of the Philippines, Korea and Thailand highlight chef Cathal Armstrong’s new restaurant at the Wharf.

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Crab cakes, coddies and ham biscuits that hit the mark make every night homecoming in College Park.

"This is completely false and in no way associated with Starbucks,” a company spokeswoman said.

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

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THE $20 DINER | Chef and owner Taha Alhuraibi helps support his family back in the war-torn country.

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FIRST BITE | It’s a bakery. It’s a cafe. It’s D.C.’s newest dining gem.

The USDA's cafeteria, which is open to the public, even offers free nutritional advice from a registered dietitian.

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2.5 stars | Chef Haidar Karoum makes a delicious debut in Southeast D.C.

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THE $20 DINER | Armand’s isn’t what it used to be.

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FIRST BITE | An import from Philadelphia, the vegetable-focused menu proves both beautiful and rich.

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

  • Perspective

ASK TOM | Plus, the soda refill that ended up costing, and questions about sushi tipping and vegan labeling.

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THE $20 DINER | The shop, which makes dumplings and more, offers Western-friendly fare that’s still authentic.

A cavernous beer hall with board games and fireplaces, a modern Israeli restaurant and a vegetable-focused Philadelphia import are among the newcomers.

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FIRST BITE | Sababa transports diners with enticing salads, kebabs and more.

The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington is the latest organization to react to allegations against the prominent D.C. chef.

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

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