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And, yes, it'll be a barbecue joint.

In the meantime, the chef has been working with former &pizza CEO Steve Salis on revamping the menus at Afterwords Cafe.

Which D.C. smokehouses offer the finest ribs? The $20 Diner lists his top five restaurants.

Which D.C. smokehouses serve up the best pulled, or chopped, pork? The $20 Diner lists his five favorite joints.

Which D.C. smokehouses do the best brisket? The $20 Diner lists his favorites.

Making the best barbecue requires patience and persistence, something Washington’s newcomers have quickly figured out.

This year’s top 10 list looks vastly different thanks to a slew of departures and arrivals.

While sharing a history with the famed smokehouse in Kansas City, Kan., this restaurant will do barbecue its own way.

The $20 Diner digs the new Leesburg operation, which combines first-rate barbecue joint with honky-tonk and craft-cocktail bar.

The $20 Diner ate way too much brisket in recent weeks to deliver these results.

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