The iconic Ben’s Chili Bowl, which opened in 1958, is proving that it can cut it in the 21st century: Co-owner Nizam Ali announced that he’s working with Apple to launch an iPhone application. According to Ali, he’s going to use the public as a sounding board for designing the app, a process that starts April 5.
The expansion of Northeast DC’s H Street corridor continues with the Queen Vic, a British gastropub from Ryan Gordon, who’s a partial owner of the Pug, a nearby bar. The planned menu includes fish and chips, meat pies, and house-made sausage. Gordon hopes to start flying his British flag by mid-June.
The James Beard Foundation announced the finalists for its awards, the most venerated in the food world. Washington got lots of love; click here to see which local personalities were nominated. The Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington also announced the nominees for its annual awards, to be presented in June. We’ve got the full list here.
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