DC's Thai food scene is often a family affair. Taw Vigsittaboot of Thai X-ing appreciates this trend more than most. He has a family of good cooks to thank for his culinary skill, but he has also planted a new family tree. Back in 2007, reports the _Washington City Paper_, Taw relied on volunteers to act as waiters and menu designers, and paid them in food while he planned his expansion to a 70-seat restaurant. But even if you’re not willing to work for your supper, the homey vibe and shareable entrees at these DC spots will have you feeling like family all the same.
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