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Bluejacket Opening Day Fest; One Family Eats At All Downtown Bethesda Restaurants

Plus a 16-year-old high school student who owns a storefront bakery.

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NAVY YARD—–On Monday, April 6, Bluejacket will host its first Bluejacket Opening Day Fest. It's free to the public to enter the fest, which will happen from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lot O, directly behind the Trapeze School at 4th & Tingey St. SE. Expect entertainment like a batting cage and fast pitch booth ($5 for each round/ cash only) as well as family-friendly games, corn-hole and live music. To eat, find burgers and sausages from Chef Kyle Bailey and brioche doughnuts and fried chicken sandwiches from GBD. Bluejacket will also be pouring four of their signature beers. All food and drink will be priced between $7 and $10. A package food and drink option is available in advance here. [EaterWire]

BETHESDA—One family completes their New Year's resolution to eat at all 200 restaurants in downtown Bethesda. This is their story. [WaPo]

MARYLAND— Breana "Bree" Britt started her baking business, Bree's Sweet Treats, at age 11 and at age 16, she's already opened a storefront. Not only that, the Washington Business Journal reports she pulled in $85,000 in revenue last year. [WBJ]

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