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Fill That Niche: Finally! There’s a blog that’s documenting brunch options in Arlington! Will Bitches Who Brunch cross the river to compete? [Arlington Brunch Club via ARLNow]
More Flooding Woes: At waterlogged Washington Harbour, Farmers and Fishers reports that it will lose an estimated $20,000-$40,000 each day that the restaurant is closed. [WBJ]
Worth the Buzz? Thus far, Todd Kliman has been underwhelmed by Toki Underground and Medium Rare, but he’s liking Bayou Bakery, especially the “excellent muffaletta,” a sandwich Young & Hungry whole-heartedly endorses. [Washingtonian]
In Search Of … Help a neighborhood blogger find some good french onion soup! [PoP]
Signs of Improvement: At Bubby’s deli in Bethesda, “things are definitely looking up” with “top-notch corned beef sandwich on thick rye” and “matzo ball [that] managed to be both huge and light and fluffy.” [Bethesda]
Openings: Behold, a restaurant that keeps to a schedule! Tom Sietsema is happy to report that Todd and Ellen Gray will be opening Watershed this Friday, meeting their goal of having a “late spring” opening. More like mid-spring! [WaPo]
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