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This week in BYT Food: Taste Tests, First Looks and More

Upcoming Food Events:

  • June 5  – This Friday is national donut day. So grab a loved one and head over to Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken who will be marking the occasion with a special doughnut with a strawberry glaze, blueberry drizzle and lemon buttercream topping. 100% of sales will benefit the Fisher House Foundation.
  • June 6 – Black Jack and Pearl Dive Oyster Palace to Host Oyster and Grower Champagne Tasting.
  • June 6 – Zentan’s summer class series continues with a Negroni Week cocktail class.
  • June 6 – It’s Late Night at Daikaya crawfish boil edition. There’ll be New Orleans inspired cocktails, Louisiana beers, and frozen libations.
  • June 8 through 12Graffiato will present a Jersey Shore themed menu that will include boardwalk bites like disco fries and fried chicken.
  • June 15 – Celebrate National Bourbon Day at Barrel with a tasting and dinner menu chosen specifically for the occasion.
  • August 9-16 – D.C. Beer Week seeks to educate all on good beer through events and seminars, kicking off with an event at Union Market featuring 20 of the region’s best breweries.
  • Summer Long  – Chef Christopher Morgan of The Partisan curated a new menu at McClellan’s Retreat in Dupont, featuring new bites Angostura Beef Jerky and a Pork Belly Cuban sandwich.
  • Summer Long  – Del Campo will be offering a fixed price traditional Argentine asado dinner.

del campo

Other Food News:

  • CEO of &pizza steps down. (Eater).
  • New word on Woodley Park’s Bar Civita (Eater).
  • Pizza Vinoteca closed in Arlington. Adieu, Merlot-infused pies, adieu (Washingtonian).
  • That guy who put up a tag on the side of a future Subway in Mount Pleasant expresses remorse (City Paper).
  • Tupelo Honey Cafe, NC based Southern restaurant, opens in Court House, serving “late night brunch” until 1 A.M (City Paper).
  • 24 hour diner to open in Dupont Circle (Borderstan).
  • There’s a new farmers market on Wednesdays in Columbia Heights from now until September 30 (PoPville).
  • Petworth’s culinary incubator EatsPlace will be hosting a Filipino street-food pop-up June 12-13. (WaPo).