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  • Free Stuff: This week, keep an eye out for a truck offering free coffee in the District. Seamless Web, an online food delivery service, will be giving out 50,000 free cups of coffee as part of its Free Coffee Days promotion in D.C. Next week, Seamless Web will be distributing free coffee through its partner restaurants including Jonathan’s Gourmet, Bistro Bistro, and Tuscany Café. Click here for exact locations. [Business Wire, Seamless Web]
  • A Reminder: Now that Meat Week has wrapped up, it’s time for Meat-Free Week to begin. Expect Nage to be busy tonight. [Y&H]
  • Make It at Home: Do you like Bar Pilar‘s “seriously addictive” buttermilk pie? Here’s out to make it at home. [@BarPilar, Washingtonian]
  • Closings: The Bagel Place on Minnesota Avenue in Ward 7 was always a favorite spot of Y&H’s colleague Lydia DePillis who is lamenting its closure, saying it was “one of the best casual dining options east of the river, which can’t really afford the loss. Sure, Bagel Bakery was just a franchise of the Chesapeake Bagel Bakery chain, which has at least a dozen locations in the region. But it didn’t feel like it.” [Housing Complex]
  • Death by Butter: A Sicilian couple stands accused of killing somebody with butter. [AFP via Yahoo! News]
  • Too Much of a Good Thing: Behold the spectacle! The new trenta-size cup at Starbucks has ample room to hold an entire bottle of wine. [Cockeyed]