Doughnuts at Duck Donuts are made fresh to order and given to the customer still warm. (Photo: Mark Heckathorn/DC on Heels)

Beach Treats

Duck Donuts Bring the Beach to the DMV In the immortal words of Homer Simpson: “Doughnuts. Is there anything they can’t do?” On a trip to Virginia Beach last weekend, I discovered Duck Donuts. Only a fool wouldn’t want one of these heavenly-holed pastries.
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A small combo with wings and drumsticks will set you back $13 with another $3 for the coleslaw. (Photo: Mark Heckathorn/DC on Heels)

Korean Fried Chicken

Bonchon Brings K-Chicken to Navy Yard D.C.’s first branch of Bonchon, the Korean fried chicken restaurant, opened at 1015 Half St. SE at the end of March. The chain, which opened in South Korea in 2002 and came to the U.S. in 2006. In the DMV, it started in Annandale, but has now
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Warka's dinner platter for two served on injera bread. (Photo: Diana Veseth-Nelson/DC on Heels)

Taste of Home

Warka Serves Authentic Fare Despite Decor I’ve never had a server look at me with an expression of pity and concern and say, “I don’t think you want that.” I found myself challenged at Warka, an Ethiopian restaurant in Herndon, and I never back down to a challenge. The décor of
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