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Chew on This: Where Should the Real World Cast Eat?

Filming of The Real World: Washington DC is under way, and we’re keeping track of cast-member sightings. The seven strangers have recently been spotted taking drunken walks along the Southwest waterfront, hanging at a Fourth of July block party, and brunching at Adams Morgan’s Grill From Ipanema. We’re also expecting them to turn up at J. Paul’s, Old Glory, Paolo’s, Neyla, and Georgia Brown’s (as well as Georgetown bar/restaurant Third Edition)—the parent group of those restaurants, Capital Restaurant Concepts, signed a contract with MTV giving them permission to film in those spots. But where else should the cast members eat? Keep in mind that your suggestions might lead to meals interrupted by film crews and staged drama.

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