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It’s just another manic Monday, which means of course, it’s time for the news. Let’s get to it.
- C’est la vie: neighborhood pet shop Chateau Animaux is set to become not one, but two new restaurants. (ANC Norm)
- What’s that smell? Restaurants have started using scented billboards to attract customers on America’s highways. Imagine if Y&H took to scented advertising? (Sydney Morning Herald)
- Despite the plethora of seasonal beverages currently at our disposal, Abha Gunjal says there’s nothing that says fall more than a homemade chai from Teaism. (Examiner)
- October has officially arrived and naturally, so have Oktoberfests. Here’s NoVa’s guide to having the best damn October ever. (Northern Virginia magazine)
- Southern cooking and jazz coming to Georgia Avenue? Hadiyah Cafe at 3118 Georgia Ave. is set to become Ma Ma’s Southern Cuisine. (Prince of Petworth)
- We caught the Cakespy making something delicious again. Espionage might not be her forte but I think she can fall back on baking- especially these candy corn kaleidoscope cookies. (Serious Eats)
- Release your inner southern gentleman and head on over to Acadiana for a bourbon tasting class. (WeLoveDC)
- 19 establishments to headline this Tuesday’s Taste of Dupont from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. (Borderstan)
- The Campbell’s Soup Company has announced that the District will be one of the select markets for two new limited edition soups. (MarketWatch)
- Kabob Bazaar owner Bruce Sarvghadi is set to open a new location in Bethesda, replacing the short lived Javan. (Bethesda Magazine)
Photo by BiERLOS via Flickr/Creative Commons Attribution 2.0