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Frozen Treats: Praise be Barack Obama, a new do-it-yourself frozen yogurt shop has opened in Downtown DC! Fro-yo lovers everywhere rejoice! [Fro.Zen.Yo via Penn Quarter Living]

  • Wednesday, February 3: See food bloggers in their natural habitat; that is, see them at a fancy restaurant interacting with other food bloggers talking about food at tonight’s Food-Blogger Happy Hour, 6PM at the restaurant Againn. Non-food bloggers are allowed to attend and mingle with this rare breed of mankind. [Food Blogger Happy Hour]
  • Wednesday, February 3: Sample a delicious peanut butter bar as well as other chocolate goodies at Biagio Fine Chocolates tonight from 6:30PM-8:00PM. Do so because it’s free and, well, because chocolate is good. [Biagio Fine Chocolate]
  • Cooking Classes: It seems that women across DC really just want their significant others to cook them a five course meal complete with caviar, mini carrots, and any food that is rich in aphrodisiacs for Valentines Day. Would you look at that, DC Coast and Lia’s are both hosting ‘men only/cooking to get laid’ classes this weekend. [DC Coast, Lia’s]
  • New Food: The newest food cart to hit the mean streets on DC is called “Sauca,” and it serves food inspired by snack vendors in India, railroad station vendors in Europe and the mobile taquerias of South America. Also, in alcohol news, we present more locations for you to imbibe at in DC: Locolat Chocolate Shop in Adams Morgan now serves over 20 different Belgian beers, Tryst has added 10 new cocktails to its menu. [Sauca, Locolat, Tryst]
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3 COMMENTS

  1. “Women across DC really just want their significant others to cook them a five course meal complete with caviar, mini carrots…”

    Jaysus Christi, whatever happened to the Socialist Agenda?
    “Mini-carrots”? Picked by the froggy hands of tiny, brown Mexicans.

    The ghost of British General Robert Ross, please return. Your job is not yet done. Torching the WH in during the War of 1812 was merely step one.

    I shall sup upon a can of Hobo Beans, washed down with a petit peu of MD 20/20 (vintage December 2009), as I view the completion of your most holy task, my general. Bread and freedom.

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