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Steaks at Urban Butcher; Tapas Get the Museum Treatment

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

VAN NESS— Metro Connection catches up with Mark Furstenberg for its show about people making fresh starts. The 75-year-old baker is in the midst of opening Bread Furst in Van Ness, with the help of some apprentices. [WAMU]

SILVER SPRING— The new Urban Butcher is unveiling its menu of steaks tonight. Tim Carman Tweeted a photo of the choices, which include top sirloin and short line Porterhouses. Prices range from $16-$41. [Twitter]

COLUMBIA HEIGHTS— This touring exhibition on tapas looks pretty fascinating. Brightest Young Things has a preview of TAPAS. Spanish Design for Food, which has a limited run at the former Spanish ambassador's residence in D.C. [BYT]

AWARDS SEASONFood & Wine is taking a poll on America's Favorite Food Cities. D.C.'s among the nominees; those with D.C. pride should feel free to vote. [F&W via Washingtonian]

Urban Butcher [Photo: Jamie Liu/]