Friday, April 16, 2010

The Weekly Round Up

The Prince of Petworth received a press release indicating the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade will host the 2012 Summer Fancy Foods Show at the Washington Convention. The 2011 trade show will also be held in DC, the first year the show has left New York City since 1992.

Bistro Provence opened in Bethesda this week under Chef Yannick Cam.

The DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs announced it could not issue any more building permits for the intersection of 14th and U Street NW. The current law states that restaurants and bars cannot make up more than 25% of the storefronts; however, with these establishments encompassing 24.8% of the area, it is likely the percentage will be increased to 50% later this month.

DC Slices, the city's first mobile pizza truck, began driving the streets today enticing buyers with its many menu options. The pizza is made fresh in the truck, so need to worry about quality and taste. Find their current location on twitter or facebook.

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