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From Szechuan to Senegal, Cheap Eats is Now Online

Washingtonian's Cheap Eats issue is now online, and it's pretty jam-packed with tips for those looking to spend $25 or less on a meal. The emphasis is international cuisine, so the graphics-heavy online version is organized by region, with tips for Chinese, Ethiopian, Vietnamese and further-flung destination restaurants.

Here's the full list, for those looking for a simple format. The magazine highlights such places as Banh Cuon Saigon in Falls Church, Izakaya Blue Ocean in Fairfax, Sardi's in Beltsville, Zeitoon in Sterling and more.

The issue also includes tips for navigating a spicy menu, a guide to Eden Center, and a list of David Chang's favorite spots for Korean.
· Cheap Eats 2013 [Washingtonian]

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