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The Wrap-Up: The Week in Food
Everyone has something to say about DC Restaurant Week, which ends this Sunday. Chef Brendan Cox of Circle Bistro in the District’s West End explains it from a chef’s perspective on DonRockwell.com, DCist contemplates the pros and cons, and George Mason U By sara levine
Comments () | Published August 14, 2007
Everyone has something to say about DC Restaurant Week, which ends this Sunday. Chef Brendan Cox of Circle Bistro in the District’s West End explains it from a chef’s perspective on DonRockwell.com, DCist contemplates the pros and cons, and George Mason University economist and food blogger Tyler Cowen calls the promotion a “horror”…

...The third season of Hell’s Kitchen, the Fox reality show starring tyrannical British chef Gordon Ramsay, wraps up this Monday night. DC resident Rock Harper, chef at B. Smith’s in Union Station, has made it to the final showdown. Will he defeat Bonnie, a cute, blond “nanny-slash-personal-chef” from California?...

...In Bon Appetit’s annual restaurant issue, Dupont Circle’s Komi represents the entire Mid-Atlantic region (yet there are 12 restaurants listed in New York City alone)...

...The Hill hangout Capitol Lounge reopened today after a fire damaged the back patio on Wednesday...

...The Washington Post’s Tom Sietsema reports that Dupont Circle’s Hank’s Oyster Bar has plans for a second location in Old Town, and Matchbox in DC’s Penn Quarter will get a younger sibling on Capitol Hill.

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