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Teddy Folkman Goes For Baroak; Drink for Life at Pop's SeaBar

Plus, more about EquityEats, and Montgomery County wants a food incubator.

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

BETHESDA— Montgomery County is interested in starting its own food incubator. They're turning to the team at Union Kitchen for help. [BN]

CROWD FUNDING— Young & Hungry's column this week has more about EquityEats, which is trying to be the restaurant crowdfunding destination for D.C. A difference from Kickstarter: investors get a return, not just a T-shirt or something. [WCP]

ANNAPOLISGranville Moore's, Maryland edition? Atlas District restaurateur Teddy Folkman is expanding to Annapolis, opening Baroak, according to the Going Out Guide. [GoG]

ADAMS MORGAN— Here's an investor perk some people will appreciate. Pop's SeaBar is offering twenty people the opportunity to become a "VIP Member" of the restaurant. Spend $1,000 and get a card that entitles them to free beer or prosecco for the life of the business. More info here. [EaterWire]