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Inside Beefsteak; Most Anticipated Spring Openings

SPRING TRACKING—Behold, D.C.'s most anticipated spring restaurant openings, from Bad Saint to Bar Civita.

EATER INSIDE—Inside Beefsteak, José Andrés' whimsical tribute to vegetables.

THE SHUTTER—Piratz Tavern, a Silver Spring icon for swordfighters and shanty singers is closing its doors.

EATER MAPS—Hopefully consistently warm weather is on the way, because here are new patios around D.C, Virginia and Maryland to check out.

EATER SCENES—Photographer R. Lopez captures pork-fueled craziness at D.C.'s Cochon 555 this year, while here are some hangover observations from the event.

BY THE NUMBERS—Soon, Jack Rose will have 2,015 whiskeys to choose from.

SILVER SPRING—Quarry House raised funds for staff affected by the recent fire with an impromptu concert.

EATER MAPS—Case of the Mondays? Here are some Monday specials to entice customers out for dinner.

AWARDS SEASON—Erik Bruner-Yang and Mark Furstenberg are James Beard Award Nominees, but D.C. was shut out of the Mid-Atlantic category.

EATER GUIDES—Comparing D.C.'s prix fixe steak frites places.

EATER MAPS—Where to dine when you're done doing touristy things on the National Mall.

EATER MAPS—Where (and when) to find half-priced wine in D.C.

NAVY YARD—Bonchon will open Monday in Navy Yard, just in time for baseball season.