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The Ghanaian owners will continue to bring the authentic West African food and music similar to what was provided at the eclectic neighborhood of Adams Morgan. Large portions and bargain prices make this Cafe a favorite among locals, professionals and students. A variety of stews—including chicken, beef, goat and seafood—are served with rice. Make sure you try the Fufu, a traditional dish of pounded plantain and cassava root. The somewhat spicy food pairs nicely with an African beer. There are several to choose from. Sit back, relax, and listen to Afropop and Reggae music as you enjoy a truly exotic meal. Please, feel free to contact us through email: info@ghanacafe.com for our new location. Thanks or "Meda wo ase" Tony (Kwabena) & Abigail

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