Dining in this D.C. area neighborhood is as diverse as the metro area itself. From quick-service Portuguese chicken restaurants to exclusive rooftop lounges, Tenleytown has something for everyone. When visiting the area, the locals will recommend the half smoke. It's a smoked sausage traditionally made from half beef and half pork. The area has one of the highest concentrations of Ethiopian expats in the country. That means another must try is the authentic Ethiopian cuisine. Traditional Ethiopian food is served family style atop a sour pancake called injera that is used to wrap the food like a tortilla. If you prefer other food styles, there is a variety of American, Asian, European and Latin American venues that range from casual and family-friendly to high-end and romantic.