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This $3 falafel sandwich is one of the best cheap meals in Washington

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

How did you most recently spend $3? Your morning cup of coffee? A single macaron at Ladurée? A totally unsatisfying vending machine purchase? Here’s something better to consider for next time: The falafel sandwich at the recently opened Falafel Inc. in Georgetown. The neighborhood where money seems to disappear as easily as the air you exhale is […]

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Kids and Ramadan: No fast, but a focus on more good deeds

Source: Washington Post Food Section

This is the third in a weekly series about managing meals, nutrition and more during Ramadan. I still remember my excitement as Ramadan approached when I was a kid growing up in Damascus, Syria.  The sights and sounds of those times are vivid in my mind. There was the drummer who walked the streets of […]

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The new Franklin Hall wants you to spend more time drinking and less time waiting at the bar

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

“One of my pet peeves,” says Peter Bayne, “is when you’re at a bar and you’re just trying to get a drink, but the crowd is three deep, and you can’t even get the bartender’s attention.” People who do order drinks, Bayne says, just stay in place, blocking the flow of people behind them. Payne […]

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The best beer festivals and parties to quench your thirst in June

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

The first days of June were consumed by the annual Savor festival and the tap takeovers and events surrounding it. While many bars and breweries are slowing down the pace for a few weeks, there are still noteworthy festivals and celebrations this month. June 10: Brewfest on the Farm at Milkhouse Brewery Eighteen breweries from […]

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