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Fall is in full swing and DC is decked out in autumnal shades of red, yellow and orange, which truly signify that Thanksgiving is upon us.
Shop Small® on Nov 30!
From the corner café with the tasty cappuccinos to the tailor who can expertly hem a pair of chinos, our streets are brimming with special stores that are the heartbeat of our neighborhood.
What would you do if someone who had been drinking excessively picked up their car keys and headed for the door? If you are a good bystander, you would intervene to help the person get home safely without risking injury to self or others.
Washington, D.C., (November 13, 2013) –Restaurateur Hakan Ilhan is pleased to announce the anticipated opening of Alba Osteria, at 425 I St, NW, 20001.
For Immediate ReleaseFor More Information Contact: Carolyn Cordrey, Media Relations  Email: carolyn@einsteinmg.com Phone (410) 739-2160
For Immediate Release: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 Contact: Richard Sorian: 202-741-0903; richard.sorian@dc.gov Mahlori Isaacs: 202-741-0920; mahlori.isaacs2@dc.gov
On November 19, from 6-8, just in time for the holidays, Chef Todd & Ellen Kassoff Gray bring their New Jewish Table cookbook to The Daily Dish for a taste of ethnic delicacies.
Washington, DC (November 6, 2013)—President Kathy Hollinger announced today a fresh look and feel to the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) brand, effectively modernizing its digital presence through interactive resources for members.
Reminder: DC restaurant operators still able to submit written statements on minimum wage, tipped minimum wage and paid sick leave exemption.  
RAMW chefs partnered with Growing Healthy Schools Week, an annual celebration of local food, school gardens, and food education October 20-26, 2013.
Rebecca Cooper, Washington Business Journal
The Sustainable DC Plan is the District’s first sustainability plan that lays out a path forward to make the District the healthiest, greenest, most livable city in the nation over the next 20 years. In the summer of 2011, Mayor Gray announced a new initiative to make DC a leader in sustainability, while improving quality of life and creating new economic growth for all residents.
Every restaurant could use a break. Cook one up for your restaurant in the form of a Washington Gas rebate. The Washington Gas Energy Efficiency Program is offering restaurants in Virginia substantial rebates on select natural gas products. Products include ovens, steam cookers, water heaters, programmable thermostats, infrared heaters and more.
Michael Neibauer, Washington Business Journal

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