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Brunch at Owen’s Ordinary; Pork Roll Sandwiches at Garrison

A roundup of smaller restaurant news items and events

Owen’s Ordinary
R. Lopez

November 4, 2016

NORTH BETHESDA/ROCKVILLE— Red Apron half smokes. Beer and cheddar fondue. Fish and chips. Nutella-stuffed French toast. Those are just a few of the items on Owen’s Ordinary’s new brunch menu, which launches this weekend. To mark the occasion, brunch attendees will get free chocolate doughnuts and the ability to add two brunch drinks to their dish for $10. [EaterWire]

PENN QUARTER—Designer Diane Furstenberg was spotted dining at 701 Restaurant Thursday for lunch. The icon was in town for a Hillary Clinton fundraiser. [EaterWire]

November 3, 2016

CAPITOL HILL—Garrison has a new brunch menu for the fall. Jersey transplants, how does a fancy chef version of a Taylor Ham pork roll sandwich on a Parker House roll sound? They’ll have a few breakfast sandwiches, plus aebleskiver (Danish doughnuts), eggplant terrine, and more. There’s also a special brunch event scheduled for Nov. 13 with One Acre Farm.

GEORGETOWN—Jazz up the weekend at The Graham. The hotel’s cocktail bar, The Alex, is going to host a series of “Speakeasy Jazz Nights” from 8-11 p.m. It kicks off this weekend with singer Lena Seikaly. There’s a $20 minimum but no cover charge.[Eaterwire]

Nov 2, 2016

METRO CENTER—Thanksgiving croissants are back at Milk Bar. The Momofuku-affiliated bakery launched its holiday menu this week, and it also includes a pumpkin pie layer cake and pumpkin pie cake truffles, along with the popular croissants. The bakery has also brought back its Chocolate Chocolate cookie and will offer a Red, White, and Blue Birthday cake in D.C. until election day. [EaterWire]

Thanksgiving Croissants at Momofuku
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CLIFTON—A new chef over at Trummer’s on Main means a menu revamp. Jon Cropf has a new tasting menu option called “Mercy of the Chef,” priced at $103 per person before wine pairings. Expect dishes like lavender honey-glazed duck and butternut squash soup. The restaurant still has a la carte items and its “Petite Gourmand” menu geared to kids. [EaterWire]

FALLS CHURCH—Here’s a cool theme for a dinner: dinosaurs. Falls Church restaurant 2941 has scheduled the dinner for Nov. 13 and even is hosting a display of dinosaur artifacts, from a nest of eggs to a triceratops skull, on loan for the evening. Courses include a “bird’s nest” appetizer to a “Mosquitos in Amber” dessert (plus a big Tomahawk steak as an entree choice, naturally). The dinner is $85 per person; details here. [EaterWire]

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