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Tasty Burger Adds More Meal Deals and Mini Pies, Plus More Intel

City Winery signs lease in Ivy City

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New grab-and-go options in Shaw

Boston-born Tasty Burger has beefed up its menu, offering up a new turkey burger ($6.25), barbecue-sauced cheeseburger ($6.25), family picnic meal ($8.50), twin hot dogs bundle ($9.70), and 4-inch mini pies with assorted fillings ($1.89) at its outpost in the refurbished Atlantic Plumbing building.

Clarendon gets to keep a brewery

D.C.’s The Board Room isn’t playing games with its next project. ARLnow reports that the entertainment-themed eatery wants to revive the beer making begun by now-defunct Sehkraft Brewing before Labor Day. It remains unclear whether Board Room intends to handle the in-house brewing solo or if its parent company might seek assistance. [ARLnow]

New life for neglected Love

City Winery, the wine- and music megaplex with outposts in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Boston, and Nashville, has signed a lease to take over the mammoth 41,000-square-foot facility that’s sat dormant in Ivy City since Love nightclub closed in 2013. The Washington Business Journal reports that City Winery plans to open a restaurant, wine making operation, bar, and 300- to 350-seat concert hall in the same space “in late 2017.” [WBJ]

Changes coming to H Street NE

Frozen Tropics reports that something called On the Rocks intends to make a go of it in the former Da Luft Lounge space (1242 H Street NE). Eater will keep tabs on the changeover. [FT]

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