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Over a decade ago, Etete opened on 9th and U St. NW to provide sit-down Ethiopian food. The restaurant, and other Ethiopian-owned eateries around that intersection, became known as Little Ethiopia. While the enterprising businesses sparked a boomlet for African immigrant cuisine, the neighborhood has recently seen the closure of longtime staples like Zenebech. Etete still stands, now open after a 6-month makeover. Kojo explores what Etete’s new look and menu says about changing expectations in U Street corridor.
- Christopher Roberson Chef, Etete; @Etete_Ethiopian
- Tamerat Negara Former Editor, Addis Neger newspaper (Ethiopia); @abbasheger
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