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pj%20clarke%27s.jpgIn this week's column, the Washington City Paper's Chris Shott takes a look at P.J. Clarke's DC outpost, which he says "isn’t the usual boring storyline about another refugee from edgy New York struggling to survive in socially conservative Washington." Though plenty of the decor remains the same, the New York institution made some menu changes — there's shrimp and grits, barbecue beef brisket and they at least try to get Maryland crab meat. [WCP]

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