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  1. Sad news. Trickling Springs Creamery, my favorite local ice cream is shutting down. "Trickling Springs Creamery Is Abruptly Closing" by Anna Spiegel on washingtonian.com
  2. I guess this should become a new thread. (There also should be one in restaurants, though it's mentioned in the openings thread.) Today I stopped in at Sona, which is now open its regular hours, which I believe are 11AM to 10 or 11 PM. I bought some of this cheese from New Hampshire since I thought it looked interesting. The taste of it was a mild cheddar-ish flavor. They have a lot of unpasteurized cheeses. Everything seemed to be sourced externally, so I should have asked when they will start having cheese they make on premises. It reminded me of very early Cheesetique, but there are a lot of $30/+ per pound cheeses, which seems gasp-worthy, even if they're great. They do have tables and a counter for eating (and a chef), so they're way ahead of where Cheesetique was at the beginning. They have two cheese cases. The bottom shelf of the one facing you as you come in the door is all blue cheeses, including Roquefort and Stilton. They also have charcuterie and things like marinated white anchovies. It's located (can't remember if it's directly adjacent) near the Sapore olive oil store. A good "gourmet" combination. It will be quite a destination spot when the Italian gourmet store that's supposed to be going into the old Marvelous Market (still Silver Spork and still open) location around the corner opens
  3. What is Sona Creamery? Sona will be DC's very first creamery, producing fresh and aged cow's and goat's milk cheeses. We also have a cheese and wine bar, a cafe, and a world class cheese counter. We are looking for outstanding candidates in the serving, cooking, bartending and cheesemonger areas. If you are ready to be a part of the Sona family, send your resume to cheese@sonacreamery.com. Hope to hear from you, Thanks!
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