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Savory Pop Tarts; Metropolitan Cooking Show is Back

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

COLUMBIA HEIGHTSEl Chucho has its first Halloween and Dia de los Muertos menu, starting this Thursday and running into the weekend as supplies last. Specials include blood sausage, "brain" tacos, chiles en nogada and pumpkin mousse. There will also be drink specials like $5 Kah Silver Shots. [EaterWire]

GEORGETOWN— Guess The Guards' old sign found a buyer. Washington Business Journal reports Politico's Fred Ryan picked up the souvenir for $5,000. He and his wife, Genny, met there, and eventually lived in an apartment above the now-shuttered Georgetown bar. [WBJ]

FOOD TRUCKSSavory pop tarts? That's the plan for Curbside Cupcakes. Their new brick and mortar cafe is carrying them in such flavors as bacon, egg and cheddar. [Facebook]

EVENT PLANNING— The Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show returns to D.C. this weekend. Events are scheduled for both Saturday and Sunday. Guests such as Hugh Acheson, Timothy Dean and Debi Mazar are on the docket. More info here. [EaterWire]

Curbside Cafe's savory Pop Tarts [Photo: Facebook]