Friday, April 23, 2010

The Weekly Round Up

Last Friday we reported on DC Slice, the new pizza truck roaming the streets of DC, but now it's time to get ready for Red Hook Lobster Pound! Serving lobster rolls to displaced New Englanders, the Red Hood Lobster Pound truck is sure to be a hit. The truck will make its first stop on April 30th at the Landon Azalea Festival in Bethesda.

After a horrifying fire broke out at Equinox the restaurant is on the way to recovery after obtaining a building permit on Wednesday. The restaurant is still weeks away from reopening but be on the look out for reopening this summer.

Lyon Hall
, a new brasserie in Clarendon, opened this week. The menu features steamed mussels, arctic char, and pasta dumplings. 3100 Washington Blvd., Arlington, VA

Freshii, a diet friendly restaurant, opened on M Street, NW. Design your own salads,
sandwiches, frozen yogurt, and breakfast that best suits your needs. 2001 M Street, NW

Dodge City, a new bar on U Street, had a soft opening on Tuesday. Prince of Petworth has an in depth view of this new bar. 917 U Street, NW

Dangerously Delicious Pies
opened in NE last week. From sweet to savory, there is pie to satisfy every individual. 1339 H Street, NE

Star and Shamrock, which combines a Jewish deli with an Irish pub, had a soft opening on Sunday. 1341 H Street, NE

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