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Food News Review: The “Breastaurant” Boom, Lebanese Taverna’s Remodel, Chef Black vs. the Bloggers
Plus: A sneak peek at Anthony Bourdain’s gory new graphic novel.
By Jessica Voelker
Drama central: The patio at Hank's. Photograph by Kyle Gustafson.
Comments () | Published June 29, 2012

Black vs. the Bloggers: Inside this week’s biggest sorta scandal. [Washingtonian]

Tweetin’ Tom: Restaurant critic Tom Sietsema reports a temporary closure at Lebanese Taverna’s Woodley location. [Twitter]

There Will Be Blood: Eater National has an exclusive sneak peek of Anthony Bourdain’s graphic novel. It’s awesome and gross. [Eater National]

Day-Trip Alert: Early Mountain Vineyards is now open for business. [WaPo]

No-Fun Neighbors: The City Paper digs into the whole Hank’s Oyster Bar situation. [WCP]

RIP, Four Fields: Cleveland Park’s Irish institution pours its last pint. [Washingtonian]

Meat Me in Chinatown: Details on the Carving Room, a new Chinatown gastro-deli. [Washingtonian]

Boom and Bust: A report on the state of “breastaurants,” with—surprise, surprise—a slideshow. [AP]


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