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Olivia Popecorn; Nguyen on Flay's New Show

FOGGY BOTTOM— Now open at 1928 I Street NW: Poppabox. Going Out Guide checks in on the new fast casual restaurant, which offers La Colombe coffee, waffles and Asian fusion. [WaPo]

BRUNCH WIRE— In this week's chat, Todd Kliman offers some suggestions for solid D.C. brunches, including Le Diplomate and DGS. "Also to add to your list: Estadio, Black Salt, Black Market Bistro, Volt, Vermilion, Mintwood Place, Trummer's on Main, and 8407 Kitchen + Bar." [Washingtonian]

FOOD TVBobby Flay has a new Food Network show in "Beat Bobby Flay", which kind of sounds like a studio version of "Throwdown." D.C.'s own Jennifer Nguyen of Zentan is slated to appear on the first "sneak peek" episode, which airs March 3. [EaterWire]

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS— At least two restaurants are planning "Scandal"-themed viewing parties for Thursday, which seems very typical D.C. La Tagliatella in Clarendon will have a trivia challenge, "Olivia Popecorn" and free makovers (they're encouraging costumes, too). Edgar at the Mayflower will have "Scandalous Thursdays" for the rest of the season, with specialty cocktails, red wine and popcorn, and even a "Secret Affairs" hotel package. [EaterWire]

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Zentan

1155 14th Street Northwest, , DC 20005 (202) 379-4366 Visit Website

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