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Little Ethiopia' takes root in D.C.

Inside Dukem, one of the city's best-known Ethiopian restaurants, the bustle on the street seems far-removed as burning incense mingles with the aroma of spicy stews.

On a small stage, performers in sequined white gowns thump on drums and sing traditional music from the East African...

New U/Logan Circle

New U/Logan Circle
1114 U St., NW (12th St.) Washington, DC, 20009 (202) 667-8735

Past midnight all week long this "solid anchor of the U Street renaissance" is 'jammed with Ethiopian expats "enjoying " fresh, cheap and delicious "fare delivered by...

Nation's largest Ethiopian community carves niche

Washington: Nation's largest Ethiopian community carves niche By Brian Westley, Associated Press WASHINGTON — Inside Dukem, one of the city's best-known Ethiopian restaurants, the bustle on the street seems far removed as burning incense mingles with the aroma of spicy stews.

On a small...

Dukem offers a new choice for Ethiopian dining

By Sloane Brown

This is the season to be feasting. Dukem Restaurant opened just a week ago on Maryland Avenue south of the Meyerhoff. A brother to D.C.'s popular Ethiopian restaurant of the same name, this Dukem is also owned by brothers Tefera and Getachew Zewdie.

The Zewdies...

Loath as Baltimoreans may be to admit it...

by Lynn Williams
October 15, 2004

Loath as Baltimoreans may be to admit it, that city to our south really does do some things better than we do.

Take Ethiopian food. Washingtonians really "get" Ethiopian. For 30 years or so, they've enthusiastically supported an array of...