His replacement is Bertrand Chemel of 2941.
The closing matches the departure date of chef Eric Ziebold, who is leaving to open his own restaurant.
The former is a Vietnamese-French restaurant, and the latter focuses on the South of France.
The fast-casual falafel and frites chain continues its expansion push.
The Fairfax commercial development is a fast-growing microcosm of D.C.’s trendy dining scene.
Expect a kid-friendly neighborhood spot one block north of the Red Derby.
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If you must save the top layer to eat on your anniversary, at least learn to store — and thaw — it properly.
The restaurant replaces the Mighty Pint on M Street.
At last, your chance to say, “I’ll have the unlimited caviar, please.“