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The Dish on Pleasant Pops' Upcoming Shop, Crepes Are a Hit on Capitol Hill

ADAMS MORGAN: Washingtonian's Best Bites Blog caught up with Roger Horowitz, one of the founders of Pleasant Pops, to find out what to expect from his upcoming Adams Morgan brick-and-mortar venue. In addition to selling seasonal flavors of the ice treats, the café will have a "lineup of vegetarian and vegan sandwiches such as hummus-veggie and caprese, salads, coffee from Annapolis-based producer Ceremony Coffee Roasters, spicy Mexican hot chocolate and free wi-fi." [Washingtonian]

CAPITOL HILL: The new Crepes on the Corner is a hit with neighboring patrons, especially among educators from the schools nearby the venue. The Washington Post takes a look at the creperie and chats with chef and co-owner Vincent Bradberry. [WaPo]

D.C. GROWLERS: Efforts are being made to allow District residents to get more fresh beer. DCist reports that a petition called Sustainable Bottle Amendment Act of 2011 continues to advocate for more establishments to sell beer in growlers. The petition was brewed by Thor Cheston, the "city’s resident beer knight" and former beer director at Brasserie Beck who has launched his own brewpub "Right, Proper." [DCist]

SHIRLINGTON: Have an intense desire to see what's in store for The Curious Grape before it officially opens tomorrow? Washingtonian's Best Bites Blog has an early look at the wine-shop-restaurant fusion. It will even include coffee from Counter Culture and Novo. [Washingtonian]

WEST END: Washingtonian's Best Bites Blog also compiled a slideshow of chef Vikram Sunderam's new fare at Rasika West End. [Washingtonian]

Pleasant Pops [Photo: Facebook]

Rasika West End

1190 New Hampshire Avenue Northwest, , DC 20037 (202) 466-2500 Visit Website

Crepes On The Corner

257 15th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003 202-525-4795