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Dupont Circle’s Fanciest New Patio Opens Tomorrow

Plus, Ryan Zimmerman gets a food judging gig and Buredo feeds concertgoers

Buredos at All Things Go Fall Classic
Photo: Doug Van Sant

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ATLAS DISTRICT—Sally’s Middle Name is partnering up with Righteous Cheese and Potter's Craft Cider for a $75 five-course cheese and cider dinner tomorrow. Fried cheese is involved.

FOOD FIGHT—This year’s DC Central Kitchen’s Capital Food Fight charity event in November will be judged by Washington Nationals’ star Ryan Zimmerman, along with TV host Adam Richman and NYC-based chef/owner based Joseph “JJ” Johnson. Local chefs Douglas Alexander of Art and Soul, Hamilton Johnson of Honeysuckle, Bobby Pradachith of Thip Khao and Miranda Rosenfelt of Sally’s Middle Name will compete live to cook Zimmerman-approved dishes.

ATLAS DISTRICT—10,000 music fans headed to All Things Go Fall Classic music and food festival at Union Market over the weekend, and local restaurants kept all those concertgoers fed. Maketto, Milk Cult, DGS and BBQ Bus served as vendors, while VIP guests dined on menu items from Buredo, &Pizza, Takorean and Sweetgreen.

DUPONT CIRCLE—The St. Gregory Hotel opens its new Tredici Lounge and Gardens patio tomorrow. The outdoor patio, an extension of Tredici Enoteca, will serve four fall-inspired craft cocktails (think hot toddys and mulled wine) for $12 each.

Buredo

625 H Street Northeast, , DC 20002 (202) 733-4411 Visit Website

Tredici Enoteca

2033 M Street Northwest, , DC 20036 (202) 888-2899 Visit Website

Sally's Middle Name

1320 H Street Northeast, , DC 20002 (202) 750-6529 Visit Website

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