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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Silver Spring Rising

The Maryland city has seen its dining options gradually expanding recently. Zagat highlights five new and new-ish options. [Zagat]

It's Monday. Have a burger.

The Monday blues are setting in. Fight them — check out Eater's map of Monday burger specials, and plan accordingly.

Spotted: Rainbow cookies

It's no secret that D.C. diners are desperate for rainbow cookies, the Italian dessert that's pretty tough to find around these parts. But here's at least one person making them: pastry chef Jennifer Costa at Centrolina. They're for sale for $0.75 each.

A taste of Hawaii

While Hula Girl readies her Shirlington restaurant, here's a holdover for those craving Hawaii-influenced food: Brine's poke salad. Head there or make it at home with this recipe. [WaPo]

A monster of a milkshake

And to wrap up, here's a video of Good Stuff Eatery's toasted marshmallow milkshake, constructed from start to finish, courtesy of the chain's Chicago location. [Hulu/CT]