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What 'Greatness' Means In The Restaurant World

In the restaurant world, greatness is an elusive concept. Star chefs and quirky menus may generate hype, but they don't guarantee the consistent delivery of unique and memorable culinary experiences. Washingtonian food and wine editor Todd Kliman joins Kojo to explore what makes a restaurant great, how the experience of great food compares to art or music and who can provide it all at affordable prices.

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