If you haven’t seen it already, the April issue of the Washingtonian is dedicated to “Hidden Gems.” The cover copy assumes a breezy tone while promising the standard Inside-the-Beltway, super-cool, spook-access-only stuff: “Here’s an insider’s list of 62 off-the-beaten path things to see and do.”

The magazine then adds a smug little dig: “Leave the Obvious Stuff to the Tourists…”

So turn to page 74 and get a load of what the Washingtonian considers “off-the-beaten path” in terms of eating: