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Relive Eater DC's Classics Week

CLASSICS WEEK—Mapped! 25 classic restaurants and bars every Washingtonian must try.

MARYLAND—Edward Lee, the chef behind such restaurants as 610 Magnolia and MilkWood in Kentucky, is bringing his talents to National Harbor with a new restaurant called Succotash.

CLASSICS WEEK—The scene during Saturday breakfast at Florida Avenue Grill.

ATLAS DISTRICT—Doron Petersan's upcoming diner-style restaurant will have a Mediterranean bent.

BALLSTON—Hanging plants and splashes of blue figure into Kapnos Taverna's design.

CLASSICS WEEK—Here are 30 iconic D.C. dishes to try.

CLASSICS WEEK—The story behind some of the most scandalous Washington restaurants throughout history.

CLASSICS WEEK—Three restaurants that were farm-to-table since the beginning.

CLASSICS WEEK—How Neighborhood Restaurant Group reinvented the 135-year-old Iron Gate.

CLASSICS WEEK—Here's a virtual tour of Georgetown's very historic 1789 restaurant.

CLASSICS WEEK—Nine recommendations for the best crabcakes in town.

CLASSICS WEEK—See every step of DBGB Kitchen and Bar's Baked Alaska from start to finish.

CLASSICS WEEK—Old Ebbitt Grill charged 30 cents for a tuna sandwich back in 1945. Today, they serve Wagyu beef pot roast for $14.95. See this and more old restaurant menus.

CLASSICS WEEK—L'Auberge Chez Francois's chef on why the restaurant's a classic.

CLASSICS WEEK—Eater waxed nostalgic during the Long Lost Restaurant Power Hour, starting with Hot Shoppes' Mighty Mo burger to vintage D.C. travel guides.