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there used to be a "great" chinese place, not a carryout, but low cost, on CT Ave. east side between R and S Streets. The daily special was just under $5 with tax. It closed probably 5-6 years ago. I miss it and places like that which sold less expensive, filling food that wasn't totally unhealthy. (Similarly, not as good, there was a place like that next to CVS on the 600 block of PA Ave. SE. Now it's a Thai place and the entrees cost 2x that of the predecessor.)

by Richard Layman on Dec 10, 2012 6:06 pm • linkreport

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