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A major theme of Tom Sietsema's chat this week is whether women receive inferior service to men at D.C. restaurants. One chatter says, "My mother and I dine out frequently in DC, and as two women dining together, more often than not we have to ask for a different table from the one we're led to, which is inevitably next to a bus stand, by a cold window or door, cramped next to others or next to the kitchen door. When I'm out with my father, it's literally never happened." [WaPo]

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