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Marion Barry apologizes for offending the Asian-American owners of Ward 8 carryouts. Eventually. [Twitter, Post]

Sommelier Kathryn Bangs leaves Komi and Little Serow. And D.C., too. [Washingtonian]

Red Palace is boiling crawfish for Easter. [Frozen Tropics]

Standard is closing early (6 p.m.) on Easter Sunday. [Twitter]

Boqueria is now serving lunch. [Eater]

Seats are still available for Monday’s gluten-free dinner at Birch & Barley. [Twitter]

Get your fill of grilled cheese at Cafe Saint-Ex. [Urban Daddy]

More love for Fast Gourmet‘s chivito. [Food Revolution Manifesto]

Some out-of-town love for Graffiato and other places. [Boston Herald]

Brunch at Tap & Parlour is mediocre at best. [Bitches Who Brunch]

Who’s moving into Florida Avenue’s former Tropicana? [Prince of Petworth]

Top Chef winner Paul Qui is coming to town for the White House’s Easter Egg Roll. [Austin Statesman]

This farmer’s market scone with the Asian pears doesn’t suck. [One Bite At a Time]

A young woman loves her sweet macaroon via Shutterstock