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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.


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]

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