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The lightly sweetened beverage really lives up to its name.

The sauce is so good it keeps mysteriously disappearing from the restaurant's tables.

Get a taste of what's coming at Smoked & Stacked, Colada Shop and more.

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

2.5 stars | Chef Rob Rubba brings a dinner party spirit to Shaw

The Italian concept is replacing the American-style Family Meal.

Whether you're a local or out-of-towner, these spots are definitely worth your time.

Where to find pies in the styles of Naples, Rome, New York, Philly and more.

FIRST BITE | The ramen shop in Chinatown offers a more relaxed, funky atmosphere than its sibling Daikaya.

$20 DINER I This pizzeria bows to Neapolitan tradition, not trends.

Nailing down one meal can be hard enough.

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

ASK TOM | Readers sound off on waiters, large portions and more.

Restaurants and bars are using the wildly popular mobile game Pokémon Go to lure customers.

The 50-seat spot will be carved out of Ardeo + Bardeo's space.

These newcomers are worth visiting.

Republicans are in for some fine food — if they can find someone to serve it

Celebrate the French holiday with happy hours and late-night soirées.

The Democrats have it good: Philly is a fantastic city for food at all levels.

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