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Another Brasserie Beck; Pop-Up Roundup

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

GAITHERSBURGRobert Wiedmaier restaurants just keep on coming. The next, according to Bethesda Magazine, will be the second location of Brasserie Beck, this one in Gaithersburg where O'Donnell's Sea Grill used to be. It's in the Kentlands area, and will open during the first quarter of next year. [BM]

POP-UPS— Young & Hungry has a nice rundown of all the pop-ups that are expected for the fall. They include Vin de Chez, Maketto at Hanoi House, the new Churchkey beer garden and more. [WCP]

TOP CHEFFAGE— Was D.C.'s own Bryan Voltaggio able to win the final title of Top Chef: Master this time around? Head over to Eater National to find out; they've got all the details (last night was the finale). [-EN-]

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS— Here's a new buzzword: "gluten-friendly". That's what Luke's Lobster is calling its latest bun for its lobster rolls. The buns don't use any gluten, but there's still the possibility of cross-contamination since the kitchens at Luke's' locations are tiny, so the rolls are better for those who just have a sensitivity to gluten. [EaterWire]

[Photo: Brasserie Beck]

Brasserie Beck

1101 K Street Northwest, , DC 20005 (202) 408-1717 Visit Website

Luke's Lobster - Penn Quarter

624 E Street NW, Washington, DC 20004 202 347 3355 Visit Website