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Central Opens In Vegas While Citronelle Hosts Fashion Party

TAKOMA PARK—It's official: Soup-delivery company Soupergirl now has a retail spot to call home with the opening of their first store in Takoma Park today. The shop is open for lunch, dinner and takeout on this extremely soup-friendly day. [EaterWire]

LAS VEGAS—This is, you know, just slightly further away than Takoma Park, but the Las Vegas outpost of Central Michel Richard has opened today at Caesars Palace. It is open 24 hours, so next time you're in Vegas and are in need of a taste of home, there you go. Just above, a picture of the man himself in his new restaurant. [EaterWire]

GEORGETOWN—In other Michel Richard news, Citronelle is going to be celebrating Fashion's Night Out tomorrow night along with basically the rest of Georgetown. The restaurant is hosting a Vintage en Vogue party that includes a "Fashionista Wine & Cocktail Bar" and fashion shows at 7 and 8:30 p.m. General admission is $25 and includes hors d'oeuvres, but not booze. Get your tickets by calling (202) 625-2150. [EaterWire]

MT. PLEASANT—DCist has your report on a fire that broke out in the kitchen at Corado's on Mt. Pleasant Street this morning. The fire "appears to have done extensive damage to Corado's," but nearby Heller's seems OK. [DCist]

ARCHIVES—Tomorrow night, the National Archives is screening Lunch Line, a documentary about the National School Lunch Program. The movie starts at 7 p.m. and afterward there will be some panelists on hand to discuss what it all means, including former Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman. [EaterWire]

Central Michel Richard Las Vegas [Photo: Twitter]

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