More Greek food in the ‘burbs
Homegrown neighborhood eatery Gyroland is now serving souvlaki pork-filled pita sandwiches, spicy feta dip, and Greek “doughnuts” (loukoumades) covered in honey, cinnamon and chopped walnuts at 1701-B3 Rockville Pike, Rockville, Md. The new restaurant operates from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. [Bethesda Magazine]
Scottish liquor producer Hendrick’s Gin’s old timey-looking Grand Garnisher truck is rolling into the newly renovated Wharf Thursday, December 14, for a happy hour at music venue Pearl Street Warehouse. Hendrick’s is expected to serve specialty gin and tonics as well as spiked apple cider drinks from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Korean restaurant that’s taken over former Adams Morgan dive bar Millie & Al’s (2440 18th Street NW) is now scheduled to open Friday, December 15. Featured menu items at Bom Restaurant & Bar include Korean fried chicken, bulgogi sliders, and shrimp dumplings. [Popville]
44 parties in Navy Yard
Former President Barack Obama was spotted December 13 eating at Navy Yard newcomer District Winery. The city’s inaugural winery served as the backdrop for the Obama Foundation’s holiday gathering. [Politico]