Weekly Food News Round Up
Brittany | Dec 12, 2012 | 12:30PM |

ALL THE DC NEWS THAT IS FIT TO EAT (and drink).

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THIS WEEK ON BYT FOOD:

Taylor Charles Steak & Ice, the new cheesesteak operation from the team behind Taylor Gourmet, opens today on H Street. We’ve got photos and a review right over here…

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>>>>>>>>>>>> Here is a Featured Event >>>>>>>>>>>>
Friday 10/20
SAAM & BYT Present: Murder House Party! A Renwick Gallery Opening @ Renwick Gallery
55.00 / 65.00

PSA:

Murder House Party is sadly already SOLD OUT

check out our upcoming

FOUND IN SPACE after hours event

at the National Air & Space Museum instead

  SAAM + BYT Present: Murder House Party A Renwick Gallery Murder is Her Hobby Opening! A murdery after hours featuring exclusive access to the BRAND NEW exhibition Murder is Her Hobby: Frances Glessner Lee and The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death! Frances Glessner Lee crafted her exquisitely detailed miniature crime scenes to train homicide investigators to “convict the guilty, clear the innocent, and find the truth in a nutshell.” These dollhouse-sized diorama composites of true crime scenes were the equivalent of virtual reality in their time, and helped to revolutionize the emerging field of forensic science. Constructed in the 1940s and 50s, they are still used to train homicide investigators today.
Enjoy bloody good beatz from:

Madame Gandhi (DJ Set)

Barber Streisand (DJ Set) and more TBA! Ticket includes open bar, featuring: Beer from Denizens Brewing Co. and speciality cocktails featuring SKYY Vodka by: Big Chief / Highline +PLUS+ limited qty small bites from our friends at: Franklin Hall +CREEPY BONUS STUFF+ Face painter / OM Digital Photobooth / Caricature Artist / Special Appearance by the #BYQueens / Tarot Card Reader / Music Perfomances / Contortionist and more! Plus access to the entire museum including the new exhibition Rick Araluce: The Final Stop Transforming a gallery into an abandoned underground subway platform in the artist’s first large-scale installation on the East Coast. Stepping on to the platform, visitors are enveloped in the illusion of an eerie subterranean world where flickering lights and distant rumblings suggest the comings and goings of trains that never arrive. COOL. Croosh Deets October 20th, 2017 8:30pm-12:00am Renwick Gallery Pennsylvania Avenue @ 17th St NW Farragut West or North #BYTMurderHouse #RenwickGallery #BYThings Early bird $55 tickets ON SALE NOW Price goes up soon $65 day of - but we'll for sure sell out before then! This is a 21+ event As always, there is no dress code, but we recommend: Kid n' Child's Play / Cereal Killer / Jack the Ripper? I hardly knew her / Sherlock Holmes/Katie Holmes / The Zodiac Killer / The Chinese New Year Killer / The Tarot Card Killer / The Light as a feather stiff as a board killer / Jeffrey Dahmer Judi Dench / BTK / OMG / LOL / The Son of Samwell Tarly / Charles Manson in Charge / Death, The Destroyer of Worlds / Bloody Mary (the person) / Bloody Mary (the drink) / Vlad the Tame Impaler / Ivan the Everything's Terrible / Elizabeth Bathory/Elizabeth Showery / Baron Munchausen by Proxy Our friends:           SKYY Vodka / Denizen's/ OM Digital / Jackson Pro Audio ~~~ Brought to you by: BYT Productions BYT Productions / Smithsonian American Art Museum Stay informed: http://www.brightestyoungthings.com http://www.twitter.com/byt http://www.instagram.com/BYThings http://renwick.americanart.si.edu/ https://twitter.com/americanart Look how much fun we had last time: Just like any other ticket you buy, we are not able to issue refunds unless the event is cancelled. Talent and attractions subject to change.
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A&D opens in Shaw with drinks and interesting bar snacks by the teams of SUNdeVICH and Seasonal Pantry. We are very optimistic.

Hula Girl Truck offers up mobile Hawaiian cuisine that’s good enough for congressmen. 

The Dunes hosted a winter chili cook-off — and we’ve got the winning recipe. 

Mad Monos opens up with eco-friendly, globally-influenced dumplings — and also tater tots because tater tots.

 

OTHER FOOD NEWS & EVENT BITES:

Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken has a pop-up planned for December 20 and 21 at Chinatown Coffee.

D.C. is getting another beer brewery.

Serbian Ivan Iricanin, who is a partner with renowned chef/restaurateur Richard Sandoval in Masa 14 and El Centro D.F. on 14th Street, announced the January opening of his new Balkan concept restaurant, Ambar, which will be located in the Barracks Row neighborhood of Capitol Hill SE.

Could a Douglas Development project be the end of Passenger and their brand-new spin-off Hogo?

Bibiana Osteria-Enoteca, located at 1100 New York Avenue, NW, 20005, is pleased to host a very special “Winter Black Truffle Dinner” on Saturday, December 29th. Priced at $60 per person, Executive Chef Nicholas Stefanelli has crafted a three-course tasting menu showcasing truffles, which will be available throughout the entire restaurant all evening. Bibiana will replace their traditional a la carte dinner menu for this one exclusive night of truffles.  Guests begin with truffle foccica and then select an antipasti and pasta, showcasing premier winter black truffles, finishing the meal with a choice of three desserts, created by Pastry Chef Jemil Gadea.

Holiday parties not quite enough for you this month? How about some booze-inspired beauty and fragrance products?

Tennis star Novak Djokovic buys up world’s supply of donkey cheese

A white crumbly cheese, pule has been compared to Spanish manchego, but with a deeper, richer taste

There’s a Duff Beer court battle in Germany

Duff beer in Mexico: Germany's Duff Beer UG lost its battle for the trademark on Thursday.

Restaurant gets revenge on Yelpers by playing audio of reviews in bathrooms

There is no “Chinese cuisine”

There is no

Amanda Cohen, chef of New York City’s Dirt Candy, has some advice on how to become a chef: “Don’t.”

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