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February 2002: Addis Ababa

What's What: How to Find the Area's Best Ethiopian Restaurants"

Addis Ababa—a sports bar on the lower floor and a restaurant on the upper level—is a warm, reliable, unpretentious place to get a quick, tasty bite to eat. The food is real—many Habashe eat here, including the manager of at least one other area restaurant. Like most Ethiopian restaurants, this one is great for kids. If you are a party of four or more, the sunny window table is delightful.

—Victor Tanner and Willet Weeks

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