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Posted at 5:35 PM ET, 01/26/2011

Today in Food: How pho can you go?

By Anne Kenderdine

In today's Food section, Tom Sietsema finds slurp-worthy soups -- and another D.C. spot for pho -- at Noodles on 11. He recommends the chalkboard specials at the 55-seat eatery, which took over part of the former Mazu space. Pay with cash, and you'll get 5 percent off.

Tim Carman says the slices at Brooklyn's Pizzeria in Bethesda "lean toward street food." When you want a slice to go, try the sausage, he says, which is "satisfying, even on the all-important morning-after reheat." He also talks with "Top Chef All-Star" Mike Isabella, about his plan for a completely open kitchen in his debut restaurant, Graffiato, set to open on Sixth Street this spring.

In the Wine column, Dave McIntyre likes Bordeaux wines on the menu at Bistrot Lepic, particularly the Chateau Vieux Duche Lalande de Pomerol and the Chateau de Taste Cotes de Bourg, both 2009.

Greg Kitsock also celebrates Bob and Ellie Tupper, who sampled their 20,000th beer at a special tasting held in their honor at R.F.D..

By Anne Kenderdine  | January 26, 2011; 5:35 PM ET
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