Maybe it's because of the recession and a desire to ease the pain with comfort food, but the number of Italian restaurant openings around the country in recent years has been astonishing. Perhaps it shouldn't be so, because Italian food has long been a favorite of most people during good times and bad. Nevertheless, so many restaurant openings with an Italian accent is somewhat yawn producing. But then a place like Bibiana Osteria Enoteca in Washington, D.C., opens and reminds you ...

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