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Lunch Reservations At Graffiato; Yola Now Selling Buzz Goods

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CHINATOWN—For those who have had a tough time scoring dinner reservations at Graffiato, there are now more options available. The restaurant has announced that it's going to start taking reservations for lunch starting tomorrow. And while they started off just offering pizza at lunch, there's now an official lunch menu available from 12-3 — then back to just pizza from 3 to 5 p.m. [Twitter]

DUPONT CIRCLE—As of this morning, non-froyo yogurt shop Yola has begun selling muffins, scones and other pastries from none other than Alexandria's Buzz Bakery, helmed by Rammy award-winning pastry chef Tiffany MacIsaac. Buzz is also partners with Peregrine and a few other local coffee shops. [EaterWire]

CLEVELAND PARK—Peter Pastan's 2 Amys has a new keg wine with reportedly "good slammability." The sangiovese also hails from a vineyard that Pastan's wife owns along with winemaker Sashi Moorman. [WaPo]

Yola [Photo: Maria S./Yelp]


707 6th Street Northwest, , DC 20001 (202) 289-3600 Visit Website

2 Amys

3715 Macomb Street Northwest, , DC 20016 (202) 885-5700 Visit Website


1323 Connecticut Avenue, Washington D.C., DC 20036 202 223 0000 Visit Website

Buzz Bakery

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


707 6th St, NW, Washington, DC