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Crane & Turtle Launches Weekly Hot Pot Dinners; Tom Sietsema Reviews Tadich Grill

Plus, Bread Furst will carry Bien Cuit bread for a limited time.

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Crane & Turtle
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PETWORTH— Starting this week, Crane & Turtle is launching a ticketed Japanese hot pot dinner on the patio. The restaurant will host two parties of four at 6 p.m. and two more groups at 8:30 p.m on Fridays and Saturdays. There will be outdoor heaters and blankets to keep guests warm. Tickets ($35 per person) and more information are available here. [EaterWire]

PENN QUARTER— Tom Sietsema reviews Tadich Grill for the Washington Post despite last month's scandal. The D.C. location is the first outside of California for the old-school San Francisco restaurant. He awards it two stars. [WaPo]

TENLEYTOWN— Brookly bakery Bien Cuit is partnering with 10 bakeries around the country to celebrate the launch of owner Zachary Golper's book. His sunflower rye bread will be available locally for a limited time at Bread Furst starting Monday, November 30 until Sunday, December 6. [EaterWire]

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