"Visiting dignitaries may find dining in Washington D.C. to be a staid and stiff affair, but the Beltway's best restaurants come in all sizes, styles, and budgets. From the Hill to Chinatown, here are a few of our favorite eats in the capital city." Fodor's list runs the gamut from the egalitarian Ben's Chili Bowl, which doesn't take credit cards, to the $85-150 tasting menu at Citronelle, where jackets are required, and includes classic spots like The Capital Grille, where senators and congressmen go for their steak lunches.
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