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New Rockville Restaurant Offers Half-Price Seafood, Plus More Intel

Another Ethiopian restaurant in the works for Adams Morgan

Steamed crawfish at Rockville’s newest seafood restaurant.
Photo: Live Crawfish & Seafood

Opening report

Area newcomer Live Crawfish & Seafood (765 Rockville Pike, Rockville, Md.) is introducing itself to neighbors by offering customers half-off the purchase price of a second pound of Cajun-spiced seafood (the first pound is regular price) on Monday, December 4, and Tuesday, December 5. The new restaurant, run by former Southerners displaced by Hurricane Katrina, sells steamed crawfish ($12.99), snow crabs ($23.99), king crabs ($35.99), and lobster ($29 to $33.99) by the pound. Status: Certified open. 765 Rockville Pike, Rockville, Md.; website.

Coming attractions

Popville reports that Ethiopian-themed Infusion Club and Restaurant has designs on the old Chief Ike’s space (1725 Columbia Road NW). The new venture is looking to carve out room for nearly 400 seats, including 350 inside and 30 more on a patio.

Supporting the home team

Ted Leonsis, the owner of the Washington Wizards and Washington Capitals, is apparently a big fan of Penn Quarter’s the Partisan.

Rewind

Washington Post reporter Dave Weigel couldn’t help but notice that President Donald Trump has further politicized an already troubling day in D.C. history.

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