Indian food on the move
The Washington City Paper reports that NoMa favorite Indigo is making good on a promise to branch out to neighboring Brookland. Co-founder Dinesh Tandon tells WCP Indigo Chapter 2 (3301 12th Street NE) will feature a full bar as well as more grilled meats and vegetables. [WCP]
WK Hearth rebuilds
Northern Virginia Magazine reports that a recent fire has motivated nearly four-year-old WK Hearth in Purcellville to update both the interior and the menu. When the new American restaurant reopens in August, expect a number of build-your-own dining options including burgers, bloody Marys, Benedicts, and omelettes. [NVM]
Glover Park’s Slate adds prix fixe Sunday dinner
Slate Wine Bar and Bistro in Glover Park is now offering a two- or three-course ($25 or $30 per person, respectively) “Sunday Supper.” Featured items include duck egg roll with soy-chili sauce, moules frites, a mixed grill (think: steak, chicken, chorizo), and tres leches cake. The prix fixe menu is available from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sundays.
Rotating family meals at Daily Dish this August
Staff at the Daily Dish are contributing their favorite “family meals” to a month-long tasting tour the Silver Spring restaurant has planned for August. Each week the will usher in a new offering including a two chicken- and avocado-filled arepas lunch deal ($10), a Honduran baleada (think: bean-filled tortilla; $14 during lunch), a dinner appetizer of fried plantains with mango salsa ($8), and duck confit pupusas topped with Asian slaw ($8; available during lunch or dinner).