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Signs of Life for Ladurée, Plus More Intel

Mini news bites for the morning

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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

New at Nando's

Nando's is embracing the thigh, among other menu additions. The chain has added a three chicken thigh items to its menu (stand-alone, a sandwich and skewers), along with quinoa salad, chicken skewers, roasted vegetables and new drinks.

The essential combo

Washington Post shares where to get that classic blue collar combo, a shot and a beer, around town. There are cheap versions, fancy versions, and more — and the base price is usually $6. [WaPo]

Signs of (macaron) life

Things have been quiet since patisserie Ladurée revealed plans to open a location in Georgetown. But the Georgetown Metropolitan sees that signage approval is on the agenda for the neighborhood's ANC. [GM]

Ten years in

Blue Duck Tavern is poised to celebrate its tenth anniversary next month. That will mean past dishes from across its years of operation popping up as specials, and they're soliciting suggestions from regulars about which to serve. [FB]