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Grapeseed is participating in Bethesda Mag Restaurant Week
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December 28, 2016

BETHESDA—Bethesda Magazine Restaurant Week is running in downtown Bethesda in mid-January — the 13th - 22nd. Prix fixe two-course lunches will go for $16; prix fixe three-course dinners will be $36. Barrel & Crow, Grapeseed, Mon Ami Gabi and others are participating. [EaterWire]

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS—Inauguration weekend will be a big one for many D.C. restaurants — and some have pledged to donate a portion of the proceeds made then to local organizations. It’s the brainchild of All in Service D.C., and about a dozen places so far are participating. [EaterWire]

December 27, 2016

PENN QUARTER/CUBA—Cuba Libre is leading a culinary adventure trip to its namesake country. Open to the public, this March 15 - 20th trip for 20 will tour Havana, completing guided tours and no doubt eating a whole lot. Cost is in the $5K range. [EaterWire]

BLOOMINGDALE—DCity Smokehouse is back up and running in Bloomingdale come 2017. Jan. 4th, 2017, to be exact. [Twitter]

ADAMS MORGAN—Do you know the luckiest foods to gorge on for New Year’s Day? It’s OK if you don’t, because The Black Squirrel has you covered with a New Year’s Day brunch that incorporates all the must-eats — like black-eyed peas, collard greens, pork, fish and doughnuts. It’s starting at 11am on January 1. [EaterWire]

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