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The Washington region is home to a constellation of award-winning chefs and restaurants – this is not a new thing. But the area can now also boast a vibrant culinary ecosystem that’s supported by people who grew up here. Kojo chats with the chef at what’s been described as “the best new restaurant in America” and the brain behind a family of D.C. businesses about how they’re contributing to the cultural fabric of the region.
- Todd Kliman Food and Wine Editor and Restaurant Critic, Washingtonian Magazine
- Aaron Silverman Chef, Owner, Rose's Luxury (Washington, D.C.)
- Paul Ruppert Owner, Crane & Turtle; Petworth Citizen; Petworth Citizen; Upshur St. Books; Partner, Room 11
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