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DGS's Hummus Concept, Cheese Bombs from The Pretzel Bakery, More Intel

Mini news bites for the morning.

R Lopez
Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Hummus headquarters

DGS is going to open a restaurant-within-a-restaurant focusing on hummus. Little Sesame will take over the restaurant's basement private dining room beginning early next year. The concept, which will offer five rotating bowls, sounds similar to Philadelphia's Dizengoff from Zahav chef Michael Solomonov. [WCP]

With a Rebel yell...

Eater Drinks takes a closer look at Sam Adams' new Rebel Raw. D.C. is one of five markets that will carry the new beer, according to a spokeswoman. [ED]

Yelpers protected

Sorry, Yelp haters. The lawsuit accusing the company of defrauding shareholders has been dismissed. [E]

Not just pretzels

What was known: The Pretzel Bakery is expanding into a larger space. What is new: said space will offer, among other things, pretzel calzones and a "cheese bomb." [WaPo]