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To the Poll: Which Restaurant Rumor Will Prove True?
Nobody loves gossip better than the restaurant industry. By Anna Spiegel
Will Michel Richard reopen Citronelle before Stephen Starr debuts another restaurant? Anything is possible. Photograph by Scott Suchman.
Comments () | Published May 30, 2013

On Tuesday the ol’ gossip queen that is the Wall Street Journal leaked the news that celebrity chef Daniel Boulud has a restaurant underway in the City Center development. While reps for the Michelin-starred toque maintain that nothing is official, we’re keeping our forks crossed for an outpost of Boulud’s buzzy brasserie, DBGB. Or an Eataly, for that matter. Or maybe Citronelle will come back? Out of all the Washington restaurant rumors floating about, which do you think will come true? To the poll!

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  • I would love to have an Eataly in DC. I remember hearing rumors one could go in City Center, although then I think I heard it wasn't going to happen. That would be a great location for it though.

  • Yes, guy you are right...

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