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Big Names at Nopa After Maher; Farm to Fork

Nopa was the big hangout for all the comedians in town; plus a chef fundraiser and new brunch at Central.

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

PENN QUARTERNopa Kitchen + Bar hosted an after-party following Bill Maher's live show filming this weekend. That meant tons of big names, including Maher himself, Andrea Mitchell, Jerry Seinfeld, Michael Moore and others stopped by to enjoy an open bar, appetizers and buffets. [EaterWire]

FAIRFAXGypsy Soul is hosting a Farm to Fork Dinner on Sept. 21. Chefs including John Mooney of Bidwell, Katsuya Fukushima of Daikaya, Gypsy Soul's own R.J. Cooper and others are all cooking for the event, which is $200. Proceeds benefit Future Harvest CASA. [EaterWire]

PENN QUARTERCentral's new Sunday brunch will kick off Sept. 21. It's a $25 three course deal with an option to make it bottomless for another $15. Dishes range from shrimp and grits to chicken schnitzel. [EaterWire]


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