April 20, 2014

Table Talk

January-February 2013

Moon Gate converts to House of Foong Lin

02/25/13

Moon Gate converts to House of Foong Lin

Name change is official

Posted at 07:41 AM | Permalink | Comments

Sneak Peek: Persimmon to reopen Saturday

02/08/13

Sneak Peek: Persimmon to reopen Saturday

New space similar to Wild Tomato

Posted at 03:03 PM | Permalink | Comments

Aroma Espresso Bar opens Friday

02/06/13

Aroma Espresso Bar opens Friday

Get your grilled halloumi

Posted at 10:00 AM | Permalink | Comments: 1

Japanese restaurant headed to former Divino Lounge space

02/05/13

Japanese restaurant headed to former Divino Lounge space

Yuzu to feature modern and Old World cuisine

Posted at 08:47 AM | Permalink | Comments

Sneak Peek: Brickside Food & Drink opens tonight

01/31/13

Sneak Peek: Brickside Food & Drink opens tonight

Prohibition-style bar and Italian-American cuisine

Posted at 02:38 PM | Permalink | Comments

New chef at Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club

01/30/13

New chef at Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club

Scott Mullen replaces Moses Jackson

Posted at 08:26 AM | Permalink | Comments

Smoke BBQ opens tomorrow

01/16/13

Smoke BBQ opens tomorrow

Pulled pork, beef brisket & all the fixin’s

Posted at 02:27 PM | Permalink | Comments

Changes Coming to Bethesda-Chevy Chase Restaurant Week

01/09/13

Changes Coming to Bethesda-Chevy Chase Restaurant Week

Discounted dining starts January 24

Posted at 09:20 AM | Permalink | Comments

Sneak Peek: Civil Cigar Lounge opens January 14

01/08/13

Sneak Peek: Civil Cigar Lounge opens January 14

No ifs, ands or butts

Posted at 02:16 PM | Permalink | Comments

Foong Lin owner buys Moon Gate restaurant

01/04/13

Foong Lin owner buys Moon Gate restaurant

Look for more authentic Chinese dishes

Posted at 08:04 AM | Permalink | Comments: 1

 

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Welcome to Table Talk, the blog version of the column in Bethesda Magazine. Be one of the first to find out about new restaurants and food shops, and join in the lively discussion about first bites, snipes and recommendations.

Before becoming Food Editor of Bethesda Magazine, Carole Sugarman was an award-winning food reporter for The Washington Post for 20 years. She has also written for national food magazines and a food policy newsletter, as well as judged cookbook and cooking contests. She lives in Chevy Chase where she eats PB&J for lunch when she’s not working.

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