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Listings moved out of article[edit]

This Marriott listing is legit, but it's in such a crowded section of the map that I can't squeeze it in with out some serious contortions. I think the end result would make the article less useful than if we leave this rather boring listing in. (And since Marriott is a notorious Wikitravel spammer, I have little sympathy for their concerns.) It is a legit listing, though: (—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Peterfitzgerald (talkcontribs) )

  • Marriott Residence Inn, 2120 P St NW, +1 202 466-6800, [1]. The well-known extended-stay suites hotel. Nice, standard on the inside, To the irritation of locals, it's big and ugly as sin on the outside, blighting the aesthetics of an otherwise charming commercial strip, but that won't matter to guests, since the inside is up to the usual, nice standards. $190-300.  edit

Closed listings[edit]

  • Lawson's Gourmet Provisions, 1350 Connecticut Ave NW, +1 202 755-0400, [2]. M-F 7:30AM-3PM. Comparisons, always favorable, to Cosi's are natural at this small cafe/restaurant. Panini, breakfasts of egg sandwiches, bagels and biscuits, box lunches, etc. This is also the best place to get take-out sushi—made to order. $7-17.  edit
  • Stars Bistro and Bar (formerly Mimi's American Bistro), 2120 P St NW, +1 202 464-6464, [3]. 11:30AM-midnight daily; brunch: Sa-Su 10AM-3PM. Waiters double as cabaret singers here, and weekend brunch sees live jazz. The food—American bistro with a Mediterranean twist—is decent, but not stellar. The main reason to come is for the performance element. Servers start singing W-Su at 7:30PM. $20-30.  edit

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