NORTHEAST—DC Brau is the first brewery in D.C. to offer Crowlers, the Washington Post Express reports. Same concept as a growler, but in a 32-ounce can. "I really expect these to be a big hit with the people who ride their bikes to the brewery," DC Brau CEO Brandon Skall told Express. [WaPo]
LISTICLES—MyFab5 counted all the public Instagrams geotagged at D.C. restaurants in 2014 to find the 25 most popular Washington restaurants on Instagram. Two cupcakes places top the list. [MyFab5]
CHINATOWN—In an attempt to save their struggling restaurant, Chinatown Garden owners want to stop serving Chinese-American dishes and start serving Sichuan and Hangzhou dishes. [WaPo]
ADAMS MORGAN—Jack Rose is hoping to lure folks out of the cold and into their Balcony Room for their new "Fondue by the Fire" happy hour, which will run Sunday to Wednesday evenings from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. until the weather gets warm. Warm up with fondue, with three savory options and one sweet option, as well as $6 hot cocktails, $7 whiskeys, and rare barrel-aged beers. "Fondue By The Fire" starts this Sunday, February 22.