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Peruvian Brothers Accept Bitcoin; Robeks Closes

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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

FOOD TRUCKS— Because why not — the Peruvian Brothers food truck is now accepting bitcoin, Young & Hungry reports. Is this the first of a trend, or will most trucks forsake the digital currency? [WCP]

ARLINGTON— A smoothie shortage for Arlington? The Robeks location at Court House has closed its doors, ARLNOW reports; it had been located there for eight years. [ARLNOW]

TREND WATCHWashingtonian notes foie gras French toast is among the menu items at the new City Tap House. Hmm, Barmini has foie gras waffles. D.C., are foie-based breakfast foods really going to become a trend? [Washingtonian]

ARBITRARY LISTICLES— The team over at Capital Cooking run down their favorite places for small plates. Bar Pilar and Zaytinya make the cut. [CC]

FREDERICK— Chef Bryan Voltaggio spoke to Eater about wanting to introduce family-style dinners at Family Meal. Now they're here. For $45, get enough food for a family of four. Items change regularly. The deal is offered weekdays, dine-in only. [Twitter]

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