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Rio Grande - There are a few Rio Grandes around and they make great Mexican food. The fajitas are always good, and definitely order the con queso. Moderately priced. 4919 Fairmount Avenue, Bethesda, MD (301)656-2918

Coco Loco - This is really a Brazilian Steakhouse but in the front they serve Mexican Tapas. If you're really hungry, and you love meat, try the Brazilian Steakhouse. Waiters keep bringing you platter after platter of beef, chicken, turkey, etc. etc. etc.Definitely not for vegetarians. 810 7th Street, NW, (202)289-2626

Austin Grill - a fun, TexMex restaurant with great food. 2404 Wisconsin Avenue, NW (202)337-8080

Jaleo - specializing in Spanish Tapas, this is a great place to stop before or after visiting the Shakespeare Theatre, right next door. 480 7th Street, NW (202)628-7949

DC DUCKS
See DC on land and water! 90 minutes of great fun for the whole family.
$27 for adults
$14 for kids


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