Food Network news
After wins on Chopped and Beat Bobby Flay, chef Adam Greenberg is now the title holder of what he calls the “all-time winningest Food Network competitor,” according to a profile on Washingtonian. D.C diners will be able to taste his food very soon: The chef is opening a tropical-themed restaurant, Coconut Club, in the Union Market area by Dolcezza Factory this November.
In other Food Network news, chef David Guas of Bayou Bakery will appear today, September 11, as a guest judge on Chopped at 9 p.m. He will lend his expertise on Cuban cuisine for this the “Under The Cuban Sun” episode. The show will replay on September 20 at 8 p.m.
A “speakeasy tavern” called the Mirror is headed to 1413 K Street, NW, according to PoPville.
MurLarkey Distilled Spirits in Virginia is rolling out two new whiskeys — Three Tea and Honey — this fall. The Three Tea bottles are barrel-aged with a blend of Darjeeling, black, and Earl Grey teas, and will be available at the Bristow, Virginia, distillery on September 15 and beyond or via special order through Virginia ABC stores. MurLarkey Distilled Spirits Honey whiskey is made with honey from MurLarkey Product Master George ‘Papi’ Zwetkow’s own hive and will be out later this fall.