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Small Bites: Indian restaurant opens in Gaithersburg

Plus: Dinner series coming to Rockville for Valentine’s Day

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Zoës Kitchen to close in Potomac next week

Germantown restaurant will be the only remaining Montgomery County location

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Avenue Café expected to open next month in Bethesda

It will stay open until around midnight, owner says

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Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza to open in Bethesda Jan. 29

Restaurant plans to work with local organization for charity nights

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French cafe coming to downtown Bethesda

It will occupy the former Fuse Taco space

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Small Bites: Dog Haus holding grand opening in Gaithersburg this month

Plus: Grill/bowling lounge targeting early February for opening in Silver Spring

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Java Nation now open in North Bethesda

Café’s second location will feature live music, events

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Bethesda Magazine Restaurant Week begins Friday

30 restaurants will offer prix fixe menus

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Public health director says restaurant inspector’s mistake was one-time occurrence

Computer error blamed for Bethesda business wrongly getting violation notice

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Small Bites: The Kindred Cup closes in Friendship Heights

Plus: South Street Steaks has food truck following 2018 restaurant closure

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Thai scores in Potomac

Our critic checks out the tasty food and enormous desserts at the recently opened Sisters Thai
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Table Talk

A new bakery at Pike & Rose, chocolate-covered wine bottles debut at Westfield Montgomery mall, and other news from the local food scene
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Vegging Out

For vegetarian and vegan diners on the lookout for superlative fare, these 10 dishes fit the bill
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Sum Good, Sum Not

China Garden offers up sometimes excellent Cantonese fare in Rockville
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Bethesda Interview: Seth Goldman

The Honest Tea co-founder talks about becoming a vegetarian, a possible future in politics, and his latest venture, Beyond Meat
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Uncommonly Good

Our critic finds intriguing fare in a luxurious setting at Commonwealth Indian in North Bethesda
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A Day at the Market

Behind the scenes at the Bethesda Central Farm Market
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Table Talk

Italian fast-casual bowls at Prima in Bethesda. Plus, a new coffee shop in Woodmont Triangle.
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‘Cuban to the Bone’

Raynold Mendizábal left his country on a raft 25 years ago and ended up spending a year at Guantanamo Bay. Now the Havana-born chef owns two Silver Spring restaurants and solves mathematical equations for fun.
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Smooth Terrain

Our critic checks out Anthropologie's garden café in Bethesda
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Beach Eats

Delmarva’s beaches are famous for the surf, the sand and the boardwalks. But the resort-area towns also have become a destination for foodies. Here are 33 eateries we think are worth a visit.
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Table Talk

Two new places to get ice cream in the Bethesda area

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