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Minor Fire at Shake Shack; Carla Hall Demos at DC Chew

FIRE WIRE—Some folks on Twitter noticed fire engines over at Shake Shack last night. Fortunately, though, this was only a very minor thing. Just in from a rep: "One of our griddles caught fire last evening. Thankfully, no one was injured. The team was able to immediately extinguish it. However, it did disrupt service for about twenty minutes." [EaterWire]

TOP CHEFFAGE—Not only is she on a TV show called The Chew, but Carla Hall will also be at the brand new Southeast DC farmers market dubbed DC Chew this weekend for a cooking demo. You can catch her at 11 a.m. [EaterWire]

CLARENDON—Next on your agenda of Ugly Sweater parties is the one that EatBar is hosting Sunday night at 6 p.m. They'll have drink specials and you'll have the opportunity to win a leg lamp? They'll also be screening A Christmas Story beginning at 8 p.m. [EaterWire]

ALEXANDRIABuzz Bakery is hosting a cookie-decorating workshop for the kids that involves one free cookie to decorate plus additional cookies available for $1 apiece. All this begins at 2 p.m on Sunday and, obviously, Buzz will have a lot of holiday-themed sweet things available for sale in the shop. [EaterWire]

WOODLEY PARKThe Washingtonian reports that Woodley Park's Noodles & Company will open on Monday but, more importantly, it will be giving away free food tomorrow. First, though, you have to register online. [The Washingtonian]

SHAW—Chris Shott ponders why the Arthur Treacher's in Shaw also serves Korean food. [WCP]

EGGNOG WIREThe Washingtonian heroically samples a whole lot of store-bought eggnog so that you won't find yourself buying the really gross kind. [The Washingtonian]

Shake Shack

1216 18th Street Northwest, , DC 20036 (202) 683-9921 Visit Website

Buzz Bakery

899 Slaters Lane, Alexandria, VA 22314 703-600-2899


2761 Washington Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22201 Visit Website