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What is the One DC Restaurant You Miss the Most?

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It's time to hear from the crowd. Have something you want discussed among the fine Eater DC readers? Send it this way.
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DC's still suffering from the aftershocks of the 30 Days of Terror, in which some beloved DC restaurants met their demise — Casa Nonna, the original Armand's Pizzeria and more. Citronelle abruptly shuttered yesterday for the next six months or so, Capital Q BBQ ends its run this weekend, and Potenza and Zola are slated for shutter this summer.

So now is as good a time as any to wax nostalgic about long lost restaurants, the ones you miss like old loves. In today's Open Threads, name the one restaurant you miss the most in DC—whether it closed yesterday or 40 years ago—and tell us why. Everyone has one, so put all thoughts in the comments and remember the tipline is open. Next week, we'll take a look at which restaurants for which Eater readers still pine.

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