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Restaurant recommendations for Washington DC - city centre

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Hi Fodorites, I will be in Washington DC in about three weeks. My trip research of late has been delayed as my dear old Dad hasn't been well - I usually have everything done by this late stage. Happily he is much recovered and I can travel without overly worrying.

I would like your recommendations for restaurants in the city centre as I am staying near the White House and Union Station each for part of my stay. Looking for lunch and dinner locations, I would spend max between $20-30 for a main course. I like all cuisines, usually accompanied by a good glass of red.

Also any Georgetown restaurant recs as will be sure to spend part of a day or night there.

Thanks in anticipation!

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