Source: Eater DC
Where to feast on spicy stews, raw beef, and spongy injera bread
Tibs. Doro wat. Injera.
These and other Ethiopian staples are as integral to D.C. dining as half-smokes, thanks in large part to the refugees who fled their war-torn nation in the ‘70s and ‘80s and kept their culinary traditions alive when they relocated to the District.
Adams Morgan’s Meskerem was one of the first and most influential in the District and, until it closed in early 2015; it was reportedly the oldest Ethiopian restaurant operating at the same address in the entire country. Over time, ...