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Here’s What You’ll Be Eating at Jardenea in the Melrose Hotel (Pictures)
A sneak peek at some of the breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes debuting this month. By Jessica Voelker
Gracing Jardenea's dinner menu: These coriander-dusted Maine scallops with fava bean succotash, Appalachian corn broth, and fennel pollen. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
Comments () | Published November 1, 2012

A new dining option will soon be available in the West End this month—as we reported, Jardenea hopes to open November 15 inside the Melrose, the recently made-over boutique hotel at 2430 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest. We popped in  to see what chef Nate Lindsay—an import from Jardenea’s sister restaurant in Florida, Azurea (average Yelp rating: 4.5 stars)—would be serving for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the farm-focused new spot. Hit up the slideshow for a look at the offerings.

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  • Am going to take my girl here for a dine indeed. Nice post.

  • Amandak4mk

    Is the word graving supposed to be craving?

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