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J&G's Wine Dinner; Tasty Kabob To Go Brick-and-Mortar?

RENTER'S WEEK 2011—Do you live in an apartment that you do not own? Have horrifying things happened in said apartment? And would you rather not pay for it all? Well, our friends over at Curbed DC have got you covered. Send in your best Renter Horror Stories and you could potentially win a month of gloriously free rent next week — aka Renter's Week 2011. [-CDC-]

FOOD TRUCKS—Steve Hanifi, owner of Afghan food truck Tasty Kabob, tells The Washingtonian that his next game plan is to open up a brick-and-mortar location somewhere in DC. He says he's toured Adams Morgan and H Street spots, but nothing has worked out just yet. But he's already planning the menu, with breakfast options and "more intricate lamb preparations." [The Washingtonian]

MT. VERNON SQUARE—DCist has a great photo gallery from last week's Ice Jam 2011 at the Columbia Room. There are chain saws, disturbing masks, hotshot DC bartenders, big blocks of ice and ladies and gentlemen cupping their balls. [DCist]

METRO CENTERJ&G Steakhouse is hosting a four-course wine dinner on both Tuesday and Wednesday evenings this week. Dishes include a rice cracker-crusted tuna, grilled lamb chops with mushroom bolognese and a green apple crisp. Get your tickets here. [EaterWire]

Tasty Kabob [Photo: Pam Z./Yelp]

Columbia Room

1021 7th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 202 393 0220 Visit Website

Columbia Room

1021 7th St, NW, Washington, DC

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