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2.5 stars | Kaliwa, Cathal Armstrong’s new restaurant at the Wharf, splits the menu among Philippine, Korean and Thai dishes.

Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger are credited with transforming the Los Angeles restaurant scene and mentoring countless chefs.

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THE $20 DINER | Amoo’s, in McLean, stretches a Middle Eastern cuisine’s boundaries.

FIRST BITE | The Finnish chef at Mikko in Dupont Circle offers the best of Scandinavia.

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

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Like his Baltimore original, Spike Gjerde’s restaurant in the Line hotel pays tribute to Mid-Atlantic bounty.

Watch the World Cup semifinals at official embassy viewing parties or head to bars for half-price drink specials.

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THE $20 DINER | It’s easier than you think to take outside food into the game. Plus, you’ll probably eat much better.

The return of José Andrés's America Eats Tavern and Rustico's Ballston beer garden are among the notable arrivals.

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FIRST BITE | Skip the pizzas and stick with fried food at the new waterfront restaurant.

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THE $20 DINER | This year’s rankings include four new smokehouses and a little controversy.

FIRST BITE | The third iteration of José Andrés’s flag-waving restaurant opens up in Georgetown.

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2 stars | Thomas Cardarelli’s creative cooking deserves a better backdrop

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The $20 Diner: Chef DiJoseph draws from his own family history at this excellent Chinatown spot.

The Italian spot in the Bloomingdale neighborhood is not affiliated with the restaurant in Lexington, Va.

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

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2 stars | French fare with clever flair makes this neighborhood spot stand out.

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FIRST BITE | Tiny, carefully crafted surprises abound behind the Trump International Hotel.

Don't mope because the U.S. didn't make the World Cup. Take the opportunity to explore international soccer culture at local restaurants and bars.

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

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