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Menu Changes at Cities, Et Voila; Maryland's New Distillery

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K STREETCities restaurant is offering a new small plates menu of globally inspired dishes like cuban spiced clams and sweet pork spareribs. The K Street restaurant also has plans to launch a Saturday brunch in mid-April. [EaterWire]

PALISADES—In still more menu news, Et Voila! has added new mussel pots to its Belgian bistro repertoire: mussels with sea urchin cream and lemongrass among them. The new pots are available immediately. [EaterWire]

BOOZE NEWS—As of today, Maryland's got its first new distillery in more than three decades. Blackwater Distilling is set to launch widespread distribution of its kosher-certified vodka Sloop Betty on April 1. [EaterWire]

COLUMBIA HEIGHTS—A tipster tells Prince of Petworth that the poster boxes at the old Tivoli Theatre in Columbia Heights have been replaced by windows. This is all part of the historic building's glorious renovation to become a Z-Burger. The cool part, though, is that they plan to sell milkshakes out of the ticket booth. [PoP]

ATLAS DISTRICT—H Street Great Street points out that a new "modern French" bistro is on its way to H Street. Le Grenier has applied for a restaurant-class liquor license. Those who love outdoor seating will have to fight over the four sidewalk spots. [HSGS]

CLARENDON—Things don't look good for Jay's Saloon & Grille. Owner Kathi Moore tells ARL Now that the dive bar's lease is up at the end of the year and she doesn't expect it to be renewed, thanks to plans to redevelop the land. [ARL Now]

Cities [Photo: Jennifer M./Yelp]

Le Grenier

502 H Street Northeast, , DC 20002 (202) 544-4999 Visit Website

Et Voila!

5120 MacArthur Boulevard, , DC 20016 (202) 237-2300 Visit Website


919 19th St, NW, Washington, DC