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


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Other Food News:

  • Don’t call it a comeback; Vermouth is making waves in D.C. (via City Paper)
  • There’s a new map showing the demographics of coffee drinking in the District by neighborhood (via WTOP)
  • DGS Delicatessen is slated to open in Mosaic District, featuring Jewish deli classics. (via Eater)
  • In response to power outages from Tuesday’s storm, the Coffee Bar decided to serve up some pop-tarts and Eggo waffles for breakfast (via Eater).
  • Rob Weland talks about his upcoming restaurant, Garrison, and his plans for the menu. No small plates = no problem (via Washingtonian).
  • And in other Barrack’s row news, a new rooftop garden restaurant, Betsy, is set to open on top of Belga Café (via PoPville).
  • In the wake of all the FIFA controversy, Boundary Stone has $5 drafts of D.C. Brau Corruption (…get it?!). (via Eater)
  • Heat Da Spot Cafe is slated to open soon in the old Tibet shop on Georgia Ave, complete with extremely cozy interior decor (via PoPville).
  • There’s a new farmers market on Wednesdays in Columbia Heights from now until September 30 (PoPville).
  • The owners of Baked and Wired have opened up a new shop in Mount Vernon Square that will be an extension of the current Georgetown spot, but will offer a full breakfast and lunch menu and more importantly, cocktails and beers (via City Paper).
  • The Habit Burger Grill, California-born fast food chain, will open its first D.C. location in Ashburn (via Eater).
  • Chef Nick Stefanelli will be opening his own Italian restaurant, Masseria. Opening is expected for July (via Eater).
  • You won’t event need to go to Mexico this summer to enjoy a Mexican resort. Mike Isabella will be opening Pepita, a Mexican cantina, in July (via Eater).