Friday, October 29, 2010

Food News Friday

Need Halloween plans? Take your pick of the many parties taking place around the city.
  1. Buddha Bar's Villains and Vixens Halloween party. Dress up as your favorite "bad guy" to participate in a costume contest. The party starts October 30 at 10 p.m. and ends at 3 a.m. The party is guest list only. E-mail guest list requests toKevin at or call 202.904.0034. Limited reservations are also available for bottle service throughout the evening.
  2. Nightmare on M Street is open to all 21+. Guarantee wristbands for this bar crawl by purchasing your tickets in advance. The festivities begin on October 30 at 5 p.m.
  3. Party at the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. for the night. Listen to a 90s cover band and party like it's 1999. Last minute tickets available.
The Neighborhood Restaurant Group opened a second location of Rustico in Ballston.

Last week I spoke with Rodrigo Garcia, who is responsible for bringing Serendipity 3 to D.C. According to Garcia, the restaurant is set to open within the next 8 weeks.

Crumbs Bake Shop is making progress in its Metro Center location. An awning now adorns the store front.

Co Co. Sala stopped serving lunch. Apparently this went effective June 1, 2010. I realize this is not recent news but it was news to me. After battling the wind, I was looking forward to their price fixed lunch and was greatly disappointed after learning it was no longer part of their service.

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