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Barracks Row Hosts Taste Of 8th Tomorrow; Last Day Of Georgetown's Open-Air French Market

BARRACKS ROW—The third annual Taste of 8th Street is going down tomorrow at 1pm on Capitol Hill, featuring tastings from faves like Belga Café, Cava Mezze, Matchbox, Ted's Bulletin and even the newbie Senart's Oyster & Chop House. Tickets are $5 for a single tasting or $20 for five. [EaterWire]

GEORGETOWN—The popular open-air French Market returned to Georgetown today and continues tomorrow from 10am to 5pm. Sample some goods (like crepes and merguez sausages) from Café Bonaparte, Dolcezza Gelato, Leonidas Chocolates and more while you shop. Patisserie Poupon will have your scones and tea if you're still in Royal Wedding mode. [EaterWire]

PENN QUARTER—Prince of Petworth hears a rumor that a "specialty meatball sub shop" might be joining Luke's Lobster in Penn Quarter. [PoP]

BETHESDA—The City Paper takes a look at Tom Sietsema's review of Food Wine & Co. and revisits the old question whether Washington's critics hate Bethesda. [WCP]

Belga Café [Photo: Barracks Row Main Street]