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senarts-QL.jpgTom Sietsema visits Senart's Oyster and Chop House for his First Bite column this week and finds a restaurant whose setting outweighs its menu: "Granted, chophouses tend to be where you go for a taste of tradition, but even the basics aren't done very well here. Witness the scrawny oysters, the vapid Caesar salad showered with bacon and the G-rated steak tartare." The critics notes that he found only the hanger steak to be as good as the scenery. [WaPo]

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