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Hey, the Redskins squeaked one out yesterday so there’s no need to play Monday morning (or afternoon) quarterback. In lieu of this week’s Dan Snyder sucks-a-thon, let’s get straight to the food news.
- A bold new deli, Annie and Teddy’s, is set to open on the corner of Potomac and Pennsylvania SE. (Prince of Petworth)
- Restaurateur Ashok Bajaj is planning to combine his Cleveland Park restaurant Ardeo with his next-door wine bar Bardeo this November. (TBD)
- Tom Sietsema passes along the good news: Former Maestro chef Fabio Trabocchi is coming back to town to open his own place. (WaPo)
- Meet the metro area’s rising star chefs. At least according to “the magazine for culinary insiders.” (StarChefs.com)
- Can’t get enough Mad Men? Bourbon Steak is hosting a viewing event for the show’s Oct. 17 season finale. If that’s not enough to entice you, how ’bout playing dress-up? (WeLoveDC)
- The folks over at Firefly simply do not want you to go thirsty. They have just announced an awesome new “beat the clock” happy hour starting at 4 p.m. on weekdays with drink specials as low as a buck and appetizers as low as $5. (Examiner)
- Michael Landrum is spreading more meat love. (The Triangle Blog)
- Howyoudoin? Adam Kubin wants to know how you eat your Sicilian pizza. (Serious Eats)
- Husband and wife team, Christine Sarapu andchef Jorge Pimentel, are launching a new Latin-inspired food truck, Sabor’a Street, coming to town in early November. (WeLoveDC)
- Alejandra Owens gives us a rundown of where to get your favorite fall comfort foods and a few recipes to kick it at home. (Borderstan)
- As the temperatures start to drop, one glossy has your guide to eating chili in NoVa and the District. (Northern Virginia magazine)
- According to a new study, a great way to conserve energy is by saving food. Now that’s something green you can get behind! (Clean Technica)
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