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NSO Performing at Acre 121; Bob & Edith's Diner Scuffle

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COLUMBIA HEIGHTS—The Washington Post reports that the National Symphony Orchestra will be performing tonight at Acre 121 beginning at 7 p.m. This is part of their "NSO In Your Neighborhood" outreach program. [WaPo]

U STREET—Prince of Petworth brings the news that a new crepe place by the name of DC Scoop Cafe has opened on U Street. They have a takeout window, sweet and savory crepes and coffee. [PoP]

SHIRLINGTONCapitol City Brewing Company announces that it has recently launched Sunday brunch at its Shirlington location featuring classic brunch things like French toast, omelets, a breakfast burrito and, of course, all the standard brunch cocktails. For $15.95, you get a brunch entree and "free-flowing cocktails" that are not so free-flowing at all as they are limited to three per person. [EaterWire]

ARLINGTON—Poor Bob & Edith's Diner has a broken window and a broken door following a weekend scuffle inside the restaurant that resulted in two arrests. ARLnow has the police report, which describes that two men "became disorderly, broke the restaurant door, and threw a glass sugar container at a plate glass window, shattering it.” [ARLnow]

Capitol City Brewing Company [Photo: Donald P./Yelp]

Capitol City Brewing Company

1100 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20005 202 628 2222 Visit Website

Acre 121

1400 Irving St, NW, Washington, DC

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