Eats and Drinks: At Le DeSales, classic French cooking receives a creative jolt

Peregrine Espresso to open its own coffee roastery in Northeast Washington; Dessert for breakfast: Yes, you can totally do it. Here’s where.; Non-Vietnamese food is popping up at Eden Center. Is this a sign of things to come?; At Del Campo, a reimagined tour of South America, noodles included;
 
Eats and Drinks
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Deb Lindsey / For The Washington Post
At Le DeSales, classic French cooking receives a creative jolt
Raphael Francois’ new downtown restaurant delivers familiar flavors with added flair.
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Peregrine Espresso to open its own coffee roastery in Northeast Washington
The opening of Small Planes Coffee will place Peregrine in a growing class of local shops that both roast and brew their own beans.
 
Dessert for breakfast: Yes, you can totally do it. Here’s where.
These dishes are just the splurge for a special occasion like Mother’s Day.
 
Non-Vietnamese food is popping up at Eden Center. Is this a sign of things to come?
Diners at the Falls Church center can now sample flavors from Korea, China and Thailand.
 
At Del Campo, a reimagined tour of South America, noodles included
FIRST BITE | Chef Victor Albisu’s maturation in the kitchen is reflected in a more refined new menu.
 
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