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The Pretzel Bakery, Epiphany and More on the Way

Welcome to the Plywood Report, where we fill you in on what's coming up in food. See anything happening in your neighborhood? Let us know.

lost-society-250.jpg1) Capitol Hill: The Hill Is Home has it that The Pretzel Bakery will open later this month in Hill East selling fresh pretzels accompanied by mustards and dips from a Philadelphia-bred owner. [PLYWOOD]

2) Petworth: Prince of Petworth notes that a sandwich spot named Epiphany is headed to Petworth with options like a crab cake sandwich, a Reuben, lean hot pastrami, a prime rib dip and more. The plan is to open by May 15. [PLYWOOD]

3) U Street: Dining Bisnow reports that Local 16's Aman Ayoubi and Utopia Bar & Grill's Jamal Sahri are opening a Brazilian lounge in the underground level of the Lost Society building at 14th and U streets. It'll have live music and could open as soon as five-to-six weeks from now. [PLYWOOD]

4) Arlington: ARLnow learns that another Chipotle is headed to Arlington, this time closer to home-grown favorite District Taco. It'll take over the former Cafe Parisien space in the Lee Heights shopping center. [PLYWOOD]

5) Maryland: Flippin Pizza is going for an all-out expansion in the next four years with the news of a seven-location development agreement courtesy of Citybizlist. The first should open in the next few months, but the overall expansion will take four years. [PRE-PLYWOOD]

6) Arlington Ridge: ARLnow also gets word that a Starbucks and a froyo chain Sweet Frog are headed to Arlington Ridge Shopping Center on Glebe Road. [PLYWOOD]

7) Silver Spring: The Post checks up on Masa Japanese Steak House Hibachi & Sushi, which is now in a soft opening phase and will run for two weeks as they stock up on liquor, having only just gotten the liquor license. It'll have a nine-seat sushi bar and " a Benihana-like demonstration zone." [POST-PLYWOOD]

Lost Society [Photo: DC Clubbing]

The Pretzel Bakery

D St SE & 15th St SE Washington, DC 20003

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