I rarely inject politics into this blog - it's just not what I want to talk about on here. And I'm not doing it now, either. But I was scanning the Matthew Yglesias blog at the Atlantic Magazine website. The guy made a food recommendation of all things: Zenebech Injera in DC:
I wouldn't quite give it the unqualified endorsement ("This restaurant with two tables is now the best Ethiopian place in Washington") that Tyler does, but the Doro Wat is unquestionably the best I've had in town. I like the titanic tibs at Madjet more than the lamb tibs I had at Zenebech. The place is definitely worth checking out if you like Ethiopian food and don't mind a total lack of ambiance.
This information he got from Tyler Cowen's Ethnic Dining Guide. I like Tyler's motto: All food is ethnic food. Cowen also recommends a nearby Thai restaurant.