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Stir-Fry Chain Honeygrow Is Opening in Tysons Corner

Plus, Duplex Diner owners are now behind another restaurant in the neighborhood

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Openings

Philly-based fast casual salad and stir-fry chain Honeygrow will host its grand opening in Tysons Corner at 8399 Leesburg Pike, per Northern Virginia magazine. Honeygrow outposts keep popping up in the area: one opened in Reston in May and the company has big plans for D.C. in general.

CEO and founder Justin Rosenberg will be there on Friday to help the Tysons staff cut the ceremonial ribbon and the restaurant is partnering on opening day with Back on My Feet, a nonprofit that helps the homeless get back into society with a running-based program. The first 100 guests who donate running gear will get a free salad or stir fry, and $5 from every meal sold on Friday will go to Back on My Feet.

Ch-ch-changes

Florida Avenue’s Italian restaurant Red White and Basil is now under new ownership, according to PoPville. The owners of nearby Duplex Diner now are in charge at Red White and Basil and just rolled out a new dinner menu.

Specials

This week, find Alaskan Red King Crab at Oceanaire through September 23. This delicacy is $39 per pound, and Oceanaire buys 100% certified Alaska Red King Crab from Dutch Harbor, Alaska.

Whole Foods wire

Folks in Glover Park miss their Whole Foods store so much that they covered a fence with letters begging the grocer to reopen, DCist reports. The Glover Park Whole Foods has been closed for more than a year, and it was originally shut down due to issues with pests and now it’s at standstill with renovations.

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