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Okay, Let's talk - DC Restaurants -Woo -Hoo!

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When I travel I usually plan my days around which restaurants I want to try. However, with DC there are so many options I'm overwhelmed. The majority of our meals will need to be at reasonable cost. I'm traveling with my husband, the "kids" 15, 20 & 24 and my parents. So far I have these as must- do on my list.

Founding Farmers
Ben's Chili Bowl
Old Ebbitt Grill
Pearl Dive Oyster Palace
And, we hope to find some food trucks. I downloaded the Fiesta Food truck app. And have followed as many as I can find on Twitter.
Blue Duck Tavern & 1789 are on the list too.

We're staying in Foggy Bottom area and using the Metro for transportation. We are in town for a week

Tell me about your recommendations. Which restaurants should I make reservations for?

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