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Table Talk

November-December 2012

Top local dining trends of 2012

12/27/12

Top local dining trends of 2012

Edible year in review

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2012 Holiday Cookie Contest winner

12/18/12

2012 Holiday Cookie Contest winner

Ginger cookies and peppermint chocolate round up the top-two.

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Divino Lounge & Restaurant appears closed

12/14/12

Divino Lounge & Restaurant appears closed

Ta-Ta Tango

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First Taste: Du-par’s Hamburger Hamlet

12/12/12

First Taste: Du-par’s Hamburger Hamlet

Disappointing diner fare, so far

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Puree Artisan Juice Bar starts home delivery

12/07/12

Puree Artisan Juice Bar starts home delivery

Owner also opens only local vegan commissary

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Sneak Peek: Range by Bryan Voltaggio

12/03/12

Sneak Peek: Range by Bryan Voltaggio

14,000 square feet of endless possibilities

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Mussel Bar gets a (mini) name change

11/30/12

Mussel Bar gets a (mini) name change

And bigger mussels, too

Posted at 07:12 AM | Permalink | Comments

Pedro Matamoros fired from 8407 Kitchen Bar

11/27/12

Pedro Matamoros fired from 8407 Kitchen Bar

Chef leaves Silver Spring restaurant after three years

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Sneak Peek: Wildwood Kitchen

11/16/12

Sneak Peek: Wildwood Kitchen

Chef Robert Wiedmaier’s little gem opens November 16

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Ridgewells’ sweet Thanksgiving turkeys

11/13/12

Ridgewells’ sweet Thanksgiving turkeys

Cute cookie alert

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Sneak Peek: Vino Volo

11/08/12

Sneak Peek: Vino Volo

Airport wine bar takes off November 16 at Bethesda Row

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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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