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Cork's Whole Animal Grill-Out; Chefs at the White House

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14TH STREET—Tomorrow night, Cork Market kicks off a new dinner series it calls the Whole Animal Grill-Out. On the second Tuesday of the month, chef Rob Weland will break down a full animal — goat, lamb, king salmon — for a family-style meal that'll cost you $50 per person or $75 with wine pairings. Tomorrow's dinner begins at 7pm and will be a pig roast. Get reservations by emailing [EaterWire]

COURTHOUSE—The folks at Wilson Tavern send word that they're transitioning to more of a seafood focus and, to promote that fact, will be offering $1.50 oysters on Monday nights and one-pound lobsters for $12 on Tuesdays. [EaterWire]

WHITE HOUSE—A whole bunch of celebrity chefs attended the White House Easter Egg Roll today, including Andrew Zimmern, Marcus Samuelsson and DC's own Carla Hall. Naturally, they spent plenty of time tweeting photos of themselves and one another. Eater National has a photo gallery. [Eater National]

Cork Market [Photo: Dave H./Yelp]

Cork Market

1805 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC

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