Dirt Cheap Eats

Batik in Gaithersburg offers a menu inspired by the street carts of Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia. Satays—such as this barbecue-pork version—are standouts.
Batik in Gaithersburg offers a menu inspired by the street carts of Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia. Satays—such as this barbecue-pork version—are standouts.

In this month's issue of Washingtonian, we found 82 burger joints, street carts, taquerias, and dinner-worthy happy hours where a delicious meal won’t cost you more than $15. To see the full list of Dirt Cheap Eats—including guilty pleasures, happy-hour feasts, lunch deals at top restaurants, and more, pick up the issue, on stands now.

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