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Pairing Food Trucks With Brick-and-Mortars: Here’s an interesting idea: A local brick-and-mortar establishment will host a different food truck every Thursday starting March 31 for happy hour, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The business is Chinatown Coffee Co., which will partner with a handful of the city’s favorite food trucks, kicking things off with Takorean in two weeks. The trucks, naturally, will be positioned outside, while the coffeehouse will have $3 beer specials and seating inside. [WeLoveDC]
Chew on This Concept: Over on 11th Street NW downtown, Nancy Koide and Errol Lawrence of Oya “seem to be attempting to create an anachronistic fusion of a French cabaret and an opera house at the height of the Venetian Renaissance” at their new “high concept” establishment Sax. Look at all that gold leaf, red velvet, and mirrors! This place will for sure fight the outside-the-Beltway image that we here in Washington are out of touch with reality. [WaPo]
Japanese Relief: Want to lend assistance to the disaster recovery efforts in Japan? In the next few weeks, Kushi Izakaya will be donating 100 percent of the profits from its most popular selling appetizer, the Buta Bara Kushiyaki pork belly skewers, to the Japanese Red Cross. Here’s a list of local restaurants and other eateries helping out various disaster relief. [The Feast]
Sunday Accessories: H&M’s spring collection offers D.C.’s brunching crowd some new wears for warmer weather. Remember, you should always look smoking hot for a meal chefs hate to make! [Bitches Who Brunch]
An Irish Sandwich: Want to skip all this St. Patrick’s Day nonsense with a low-key evening at home? Here’s Cathal Armstrong‘s recipe for rasher-egg-and-cheese sandwich that you can make in your own kitchen. [Washingtonian]
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