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Sweetgreen brings in $35 million in new funding. [Eater]

R.J. Cooper agrees to return Gypsy Soul space to landlord. [Post]

At Claudia’s Steakhouse, martinis go for $125 and grocery store wines are poured at a premium. [Washingtonian]

Dolcezza owners open Mom & Pop in Mosaic District. [NoVa Mag]

Beef ‘n Bread coming to Chinatown. [PoPville]

Pho Deluxe opening in Courthouse this weekend. [ARLnow]

Photo via Sweetgreen