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Lines Already at GBD; The City's Most Musical Chefs

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

DUPONT CIRCLE— People are certainly willing to wait in line for free doughnuts. GBD's Kyle Bailey Tweets a photo of eager customers hitting up one of the restaurant's soft opening events. Doors officially open tomorrow. [Twitter]

CHEFSRasika's Vikram Sunderam plays the tabla, while Cedar's Aaron McCloud knows his way around a violin. Washingtonian does a roundup of the city's most musical chefs. [Washingtonian]

ALEXANDRIA— Port City's Derecho Common beer is coming back. The Alexandria brewery's beer that came out of last year's epic storm will make a comeback this summer.

K STREETP.J. Clarke's is throwing a big party next Tuesday to celebrate the opening of its patio. The restaurant will have 50 cent oysters and $3.50 DC Brau beers available. Plus, the restaurant will be introducing its own signature oyster, harvested by War Shore Oyster Company, and will be looking for help from its customers on naming it. [EaterWire]

GBD (Golden Brown Delicious)

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