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By Wang Yiru
Washington
21 November 2008


Since 1958, Ben's Chili Bowl has been witness to Washington's history, from the civil unrest that nearly destroyed the neighborhood in 1968 to the area's renewal following the building of the city's subway system
Since 1958, Ben's Chili Bowl has been witness to Washington's history, from the civil unrest that nearly destroyed the neighborhood in 1968 to the area's renewal following the building of the city's subway system
Ben's Chili Bowl is one of Washington's most enduring landmarks attracting loyal customers with its chili-laden half smokes, hamburgers and hot dogs. The family owned restaurant has weathered five decades of historical changes, with its menu and its dedication to the city still intact. VOA's Wang Yiru has more on this popular destination.

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