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October 24, 2011
Volume 108, Issue 21
Stories from the October 24, 2011 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Located just a short walk from the U Street Metro station, Selam is a cozy, dimly-lit Ethiopian restaurant.
The moment you enter, you are immediately greeted not only by great service, but also by the atmosphere of this new restaurant modelled after the famous original in New York City.
At Aroma, you can engage your senses of taste, smell, sight and touch for an authentic experience.
In the heart of Dupont rests Agora – a cozy, Mediterranean bar and restaurant where one can gather and indulge in exquisite meals.
Venturing into the District for food should be about seeking out new places and creative cuisines you can’t cook for yourself. Check out these suggestions for a tasteful surprise. Patty Boom Boom Maybe you’ve dined at your share of crazy places, but just when you think you’ve heard it all, there’s Patty Boom Boom. With […]
Despite no shortage of ethnic food in the District, American restaurants, especially burger joints, are all the rage.
The Hatchet gives a monthly wrap up of events at GW including Colonials Weekend and residence hall security.