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Will Stand in Line for Cash; Ed Hardy Heads to TV

Plus sampling every single montadito.

R. Lopez

BARRACKS ROW—The lines snaking along 8th St. SE of eager diners waiting to get seated at Rose's Luxury have been well-documented. How to get ahead at a place that refuses reservations? Head to Craigslist, where someone is looking for a line stand-in for the restaurant this Friday. [EaterWire]

SANDWICH SMORGASBORD—The hearty folks at The Washington Post saw 100 Montaditos as a challenge rather than simply a name. They teamed up to sample all 100 sandwiches on offer (an order totaling just $251.75 pre-tip) and passionately ranked and photographed them. [WaPo]

TV CHEFS—Another one of D.C.'s own is headed to television. Ed Hardy, formerly executive chef at Quench and current owner/chef of food truck Bacon N Ed's, will be on Kitchen Inferno, a new The Food Network show, tonight at 10 p.m. He's hoping to win $25,000 to help finance another food venture — a chocolate shop c/o his wife. [EaterWire]

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