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THE DUCK AND THE PEACH

PROJECTED OPENING: November 14th, 2020 300 7th Street SE This November, a California with a touch of New England restaurant, The Duck and The Peach, will be coming to Capitol Hill. This two-in-one New American restaurant is all about letting ingredients speak for themselves. It will start the day with kitchen counter service offering a quick breakfast and lunch items and then transform into a lively and delicious dinner party during the evening. A special feature of this restaurant is the house rotisserie, which showcases the nightly specials. Meals to go will also be an important aspect for this new concept. For more information, visit their website here.  
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PROST DC

919 5th St NW Prost DC, a new Bavarian beer hall, has finally opened their doors. From restaurateur Eric Heidenberger, the concept has replaced the former Silo. Drawing influence from Heidenberger's German lineage, Prost features a menu of authentic German cuisine. Standouts include the pork schnitzel sandwich, spaetzle with beef short rib or seasonal vegetables, and the “Deutsch baby” pancakes. The new beer hall features a long list of European import beers and come in liter mugs or boots.  Photo Credit: Eric Heidenberger
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The Freshest New Radio App: Real. Fun. DC.

There's a new app in town, launched by Tommy McFly and Kelly Collis, called Real. Fun. DC., and featuring fresh new radio programming and podcasts like Industry Night hosted by Nycci Nellis. Read the details in Kevin Dauray's The Zebra article here.
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Grand Wedding Plans May Have to Shrink, For...

The wedding industry is experiencing a near total collapse as result of the current pandemic. So many couples have had to put their wedding dreams on hold while they wait for new mandates on when and how we can gather. No surprise, a group of leading women wedding professionals in DC have the solution, coming together to form a startup, Petit Soirée. Lauryn Prattes founded Petit Soiree and reached out to some of the best in the industry to come together (virtually) and collaborate on ways to execute small weddings in lieu of the larger ones, for now. On this episode of Industry Night, Nycci spoke with Lauryn Prattes and Buttercream Bakeshop’s Tiffany MacIssac about the state of the event's industry, what they hope to expect down the road and how the formation of Petit Soirée can provide some wedding relief to those who need it. Listen to the full conversation on FullService Radio.    
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