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Reviews for Bistro Bohem, Elisir, El Centro D.F.

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Washingtonian critic Tom Kliman recently covered a lot of territory in his culinary exploration of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. In his weekly online chat, the magazine's food and wine editor shared his visits and endorsements of a diverse set of food places from a Maryland suburban hole-in-a-wall taqueria, a mom and pop Vietnamese restaurant in Falls Church to a couple of Penn Quarter fine-dining establishments. [Washingtonian]

The Washington Post's Fritz Hahn prefers Thursday night salsa dancing at El Centro D.F. because of open bar and no cover. In his review of the 14th Street upscale taqueria, the Going Out Guru overall says it's "a great night out." [WaPo]

Chris Shott visits Shaw's Bistro Bohem with his younger brother. In his "off-the-cuff first-impressions-style riff on a brand-spankin' new D.C. restaurant" review of Czech-themed eatery's, he somewhat leans on the younger Shott's endorsement of the bowl of beef goulash because of a summer spent in Prague. [WCP]

DC Wrapped Dates gives Elisir a positive review for its "impeccable service combined with good and sometimes superlative food." [DC Wrapped Dates]
Bistro Bohem [Photo: Facebook]

Elisir

427 11th Street NW, Washington, DC 20004 202 546 0088

El Centro D.F.

1218 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest, , DC 20007 (202) 333-4100 Visit Website

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