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Hälsa Aims for Late Fall Opening; Bourbon Steak Extends Patio Season

Plus a Poe cocktail competition and a legal battle for Three Little Pigs.

Bourbon Steak
Bourbon Steak
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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

BROOKLAND—More details are emerging about Hälsa, opening at Monroe Street Market, courtesy of a press release from developer The Bozzuto Group. The 1,500 square foot restaurant will open in late fall. There's a healthy and local focus to the food, with dishes like gluten free coconut waffles, veggie burgers and bento boxes. [EaterWire]

GEORGETOWN— Fall? What fall? Bourbon Steak is extending patio season until November 1. Keeping guests warm: new faux fur blankets, fire pits, warm cocktails and heartier dishes like Chesapeake Chowder and a lobster lasagna. [EaterWire]

PARK VIEW— Looks like Three Little Pigs won't be Three Little Pigs much longer. The neighborhood butcher shop is entwined in a legal battle with a New York-based charcuterie shop. [WCP]

PENN QUARTER— Several D.C. mixologists are facing off in an Edgar Allen Poe-inspired cocktail competition tonight. The event is at The Loft at 600 F, and features Lukas B. Smith, Gina Cherservani and more. There will be a discussion of Poe's works, too. Tickets are $40-$50. [EaterWire]