Posts Tagged ‘rabbit food’

Wave Your Veggies In The Air Like You Just Don’t Care: Amsterdam Falafelshop Plots a Flash Mob

Eater DC reports on a coordinated multi-target flash-mob attack by vegetable-wielding activists planned for this coming  Wednesday, Aug. 10, at high noon. The event, organized by the owners of Amsterdam Falafelshop, is intended to raise awareness for higher-quality vegetables in fast food restaurants. According to details of the demonstration, posted on the Adams Morgan falafel […]

Free Cupcakes! Rabbit Dishes Out 5,000 Treats at Clarendon Debut

Aaron Gordon's suburban roughage hub Rabbit officially opens on Thursday. If a simple salad isn't enough to entice you to visit, maybe a sugary treat will change your mind. The Clarendon newcomer is welcoming folks from the neighborhood with complimentary Red Velvet cupcakes from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. (While supplies last, of course.) Gordon […]

Rabbit Preview Party Postponed By Reported Fire

Organizers are citing a fire at an adjacent eatery for spoiling their plans for a preview party tonight at Aaron Gordon's forthcoming Rabbit restaurant in Clarendon: Dear Attendee, There was a just a fire in the restaurant next door to Rabbit and they cannot get it fixed in the next few hours. THEREFORE, WE CANNOT […]

No Real Rabbit at Rabbit Restaurant, Just ‘Rabbit Food’

Rabbit, the latest effort from Tangysweet and Red Velvet Cupcakery proprietor Aaron Gordon, is scheduled to open in Clarendon in late July. Just to be clear: the place derives its name from the phrase "rabbit food," that is, salads and such, which it will serve. Not actual rabbit, as in bunny meat, a rep recently […]

Tangysweet Owner to Open Gourmet Salad/Sandwich Shop in Clarendon

Aaron Gordon, founder of the small Tangysweet chain, has signed a lease in the forthcoming Clarendon Center for a gourmet salads and sandwiches shop. Called Rabbit, the operation won't be like anything you've already experienced, Gordon promises, whether a Panera or Chop't or some other overworked concept. "It's very different from what you've seen at […]

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