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EVERYWHERE—Scott Drewno took home the Prince of Porc title at Sunday's Cochon 555 competition. The Source chef, who had tough competition from four other local chefs, will go on to compete on behalf of our nation's capital at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen.
PENN QUARTER—Hill Country brought its Texas-by-way-of-NYC barbecue to DC this week, and Eater got a look inside. Fans of Shiner and Blue Bell ice cream, rejoice!
CAPITOL HILL—Excitement over the grand opening of Pound the Hill was tempered on Monday by the sudden announcement that the coffee shop's original location in NoMa had shuttered. A landlord dispute was the culprit, but Capitol Hill was the better location anyway.
PENN QUARTER—The Source by Wolfgang Puck announced that it's doing away with its Saturday brunch menu (which only debuted last year) and replacing it with one focused on dim sum.