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Nue Launching Brunch; Piatti Reopens After Redesign

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CAPITOL HILL — International street food restaurant Nue is launching brunch starting the weekend of November 21. Available Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the opening menu includes Dutch pancakes, Israeli Shakshuka, the popular South African bunny chow, and more. A menu is available on the restaurant's website. [EaterWire]

U DISTRICT After closing in April for a redesign and extensive renovation, Piatti has reopened. Guests can expect touches like a new entry way, new private dining room for up to 50, a zinc bartop, new chairs and tables, updated flooring and fabrics, new windows and doors, and new light fixtures. The restaurant reopened October 28. [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILL — Ballet Restaurant on Capitol Hill has a new owner, reports CHS. Freddy Rivas of Rancho Bravo has purchased the Vietnamese restaurant with plans to make only minor changes by adding late night hours. More extensive changes, including a new menu or name, would happen later. [CHS]

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