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pras

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  • Birthday 11/27/1977

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  1. Traettino Family squabble over the future of Positano, which opened it doors in 1977 and may be closed forever (Credit--Bethesda Beat). I had not been here in years, but have fond memories of prom dinners, family gatherings, etc.
  2. This restaurant which was open since 1985 (assuming it should have also been on the longest open restaurants list) is now closed per the announcement on their website. Not sure if it was the pandemic that caused it, but I am sure it contributed. The main menu here was always pretty solid. I know they used to get a bunch of Korean tour groups through for meals while visiting DC, the loss of that business probably hurt. Their other locations are two stalls at the nearby Lotte Market: Aery and Ichiban Mikoshi Sushi. Neither have the same quality as the original.
  3. In a sign that the apocalypse is coming, Continental Pizza now has a website with online ordering.
  4. Picked up a pie from here on Monday for the first time. First, kudos, to the most contactless pickup I have seen yet. You walk up, show them your order on your phone through the window, then they place it on a table by the side door--very good system. As far as the pie is concerned, it was great and definitely the closest to NY style pizza I have had in the area. Cheese, sauce, crust, it had it all going on.
  5. Breadfurst to host Ventnor Sports Cafe popup and pizza for Superbowl (Credit--Prince of Petworth).
  6. Bethesda Magazine is reporting that the raw bar at Black's will be replaced with a fish market a la Black Salt. The article also mentions a Black Salt pop up, for a few days while Black Salt is closed for renovations.
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