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The $20 Diner finds eateries in Wheaton, Petworth and on U Street that need to up their game to get the full treatment.

Four places to grab a beer, a burger or listen to one of the city's most outrageously stocked jukeboxes.

A new pop-up gallery aims to showcase artists of color.

The $20 Diner appreciates Bravo Bar, a rare modern dive on Georgia Avenue.

At Crane & Turtle, named for a Japanese fable, Makoto Hamamura explores quirky combinations

Got a few hours and two $20 bills? Here’s the best way to spend them in Petworth.

The Japanese-French restaurant comes from the owner of Room 11 and the Petworth Citizen.

The new bar, located next to the Red Derby at 14th and Quincy streets NW, is a rustic spot with pinball machines, a great jukebox and free popcorn.

The Petworth restaurant is putting five of the Brewer's Art's Belgian-style ales on tap.

The new Upshur Street bar and restaurant, from the owners of Room 11, offers inventive cocktails in a family-friendly atmosphere.

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