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Sandwich-Neighborhood Flirtations: Eh, what, bread controversy? Neighborhoods in the Rhode Island Avenue corridor want Taylor Gourmet. There’s a petition circulating! Oh yes, what about that building at Rhode Island Avenue and Hamlin Street NE? [Rhode Island Insider] Breakfast Buffets Are Boring: A reminder that many breakfast buffets play it safe and don’t dare to do anything interesting. Bonnie S. Benwick has some tips for improvement. [WaPo] Cheap(er) Eats, Continued: Restaurant Week deals continue in D.C. at Smith Commons and Art and Soul. [The Feast] Looks Promising: Regarding the new Cava Grill in Bethesda: “[I]f the owners can maintain the Chipotle-like consistency that they’re after, the Cava crew won’t have to worry about growing pains.” More first impressions here and here. [Washingtonian, Dining in D.C., DMV Dining]
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