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Except for Malawry's post noone else has commented on Hank's. Wondering if its worthwhile. Also what is the scoop on jOHNNY'S hALF Shell,it seems very popular ?

And, on an other foodie site there was mention of a mexican resto in Arlington called El Charito Caminante,anyone been there?

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Except for Malawry's post noone else has commented on Hank's.  Wondering if its worthwhile. 

I haven't been, but on another site it has gotten quite a few good reports.

Bill Russell

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Andres has a couple of places that are easy walks from the museums -- Jaleo and Cafe Atlantico are both about 10 mins from the National Gallery or the Archives on foot.

Zaytinya isn't too much further.

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El Charrito Caminante is a very good central american restaurant, but primarily take-out, and a healthy wakfrom the Clarendon metro. It is probably easier with a car. My family gets take-out frequently - they only have 4 (or 6) stools at counters - no tables. I love the basic carbo heavy stuff - pupusas, fried bananas, yuca, etc... and the tacos are great. I understand the goat and tongue are very good, but I have never tasted those. The only disappointment has been a tamal de elote that did not have much flavor.

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