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You can eat Ethiopian food alone, but all that dipping and sharing means it's much better with a group. Dukem's got the requisite wots, tibs, and plenty of veggie options, all served individually or in combinations, designed to be eaten by multiple people with just injera, the spongy bread that takes the place of forks and spoons. The quality of food means Dukem's small and comfortable dining room fills up quickly on weekends, and the unfailingly friendly staff is glad to help Ethiopian first-timers navigate the menu.
"Eden’s Lounge, located in historic Mt. Vernon, in downtown Baltimore, brings you the best in Baltimore’s happy hours, tasty appetizers, delicious Ethiopian influenced entrees, great music, energetic and sexy atmosphere (as if we can combine the two, but we do), excellent nightlife, the best dancing in Baltimore, and much more. We offer great birthday packages and we have become known as the birthday celebration Mecca of Baltimore.
If you are looking for live music, the best nights to come to Eden’s Lounge are Tuesdays and Thursdays. There are special events that might take place on other nights. Please keep informed by checking our events calendar. Our bands consist of jazz, neo soul, r&b, and cover bands. Our live bands are very talented. If you have a talented band or artists, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org."
"Elfegne Cafe is an Ethiopian restaurant in the Pigtown neighborhood serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We have both meat and vegetarian/vegan options, as well as a variety of coffee drinks, juices, and smoothies. Although we do not serve alcohol, you are welcome to bring your own drinks. Please visit us soon!"
For extra spice in your Ethiopian fare, ask the chef to boost the heat in his flavorful lentil dishes and meat stews. Veggie dishes can be bland, but gomen--collards, onions, and garlic--is divine. Top off with cardamom-accented tea. Lunch buffet daily and $6.95 all-you-can-eat seafood on Friday nights.
Located in the heart of the exciting new U Street entertainment district, Twins Jazz serves up the finest in jazz and American, Ethiopian and Caribbean Cuisine. Founded in 1986 by Ethiopian twin sisters, Twins Jazz is one of Washington's Top Jazz clubs and best-kept secrets. We are home to Avant-garde artists, minor legends and the best of the local jazz scene. Our intimate, cultural setting, embedded with colored ceramic tiles and eclectic artwork creates a strong connection between our audience and performers. Most of the action takes place on stage, but Twins Jazz has got enough momentum to get you on your feet! No matter where you sit, you're practically with the band! Twins is one of AOL City Guides Best Live Music Clubs for 2006!
"Baltimore's Premiere Vegan Hot Spot featuring an awesome Daily Specials, such as the Citrus Soul Ribs, West African Spinach, Curry Potatoes, Soups, Wraps, Roots and Fruits Juice Bar."
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