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bandolero-hm-150.jpgTom Sietsema digs his first look at Mike Isabella's new Georgetown hotspot Bandolero, if only he could actually see anything in the dark dining room. The Washington Post critic praises the "tasty, if barely visible, small plates: a basket of masa chips and airy pork rinds for dipping into creamy guacamole; taquitos of sweet crab and chilies fixed in place on their plate with a dab of pureed purple potato; a little garden of grilled asparagus and beets stacked on a two-bite tortilla." [WaPo]

Bandolero

3241 M Street NW, Washington, DC 20007