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Happy Small Business Saturday! As a reminder, Glover Park Citizens’ Association members get discounts at several local merchants. Here are the current deals, per the GPCA website (double-check with merchant before ordering):

Bourbon (2348 Wisconsin Ave.): 10% off your meal
Capitol Termite & Pest Control (5455 Butler Road, Bethesda): 10% off
Heritage India (2400 Wisconsin Ave.): 10% off weekend brunch
Penske Truck Rental, Bethesda, 301-951-0437: 10% off
Sargent Cleaners (2420 Wisconsin Ave.): 10% off dry cleaning
Whole Foods (2323 Wisconsin Ave.): $2 admission to Winesday events (regular price is $5)
Z Burger (2414 Wisconsin Ave.): 10% off

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Washington Post reviewer Tom Sietsema strongly recommends Malgudi (2400 Wisconsin Ave.), the South Indian restaurant that recently took the place of Heritage Asia Thai Bistro. “Malgudi makes some of the most intriguing vegetarian food this side of the Rasika restaurants across town,” he writes.

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The second-floor space below Heritage India (2400 Wisconsin Ave.)—until recently home of Heritage Asia Thai Bistro—reopens February 19 as Malgudi, a café featuring South Indian cuisine. “Malgudi is inspired by the work of renowned Indian novelist R.K. Narayan,” states a press release from restaurateurs Sanjeev and Mitul Tuli, who also own Heritage India. “Malgudi is a fictional town somewhere in South India located on the shores of the fictional river Sarayu.” The new menu features dishes spiced with cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg and flavored with coconuts, tamarind, and chili peppers. The full menu is available here.

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From the December/January 2013 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Heritage Asia Thai Bistro (2400 Wisconsin Ave.) will close on December 15. Its sister restaurant upstairs, Heritage India, will remain open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. “We are considering other possible uses of the first-floor space,” the owners wrote in an emailed announcement. “As we explore options to showcase another type of exclusive cuisine, we invite you to follow our Facebook and Twitter accounts for the latest news.”

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On Saturday, Heritage India (2400 Wisconsin Ave.) inaugurates new brunch menu. Your group can order a la carte, or, during any two hours between 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., everyone at the table can order as much as he or she likes for a set per-person charge. (Note: each table must choose between prix fixe and a la carte; no mixing.)
Under the prix fixe option, a per capita charge of $29.95 covers any food you like, plus unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys, champagne, house martinis, and house vodka, gin, rum, and tequila. Or, you can get the same food deal minus the alcoholic beverages for $19.95. For kids aged 3-7, the prix fixe brunch is $15.95 with unlimited sodas and juices or $10.95 for brunch only.
Bonus: Through October, get 10% off your brunch tab by mentioning Hyperlocal Glover Park

 

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From the May 2012 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Heritage India (2400 Wisconsin Ave.) has introduced a new dessert menu that includes carrot pudding (gaijar halwa). The restaurant also has a new lunch menu and a new selection of dessert drinks and smoothies.

UPDATE: Heritage guest relations rep Andrea Adleman reports that “we took it a step beyond and introduced a new main menu in the middle of this month. It’s wildly exciting but it also means that our most loyal customers – who tend to be our most immediate neighbors – are advised to go online or come by and pick up a new copy of our menu so they can place their carryout and delivery orders with the greatest accuracy.”

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From the March 2012 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

On February 14, a patron of the Salvadoran consulate (2332 Wisconsin Ave.) became angry when told he’d have to wait more than two hours for his appointment, according to a police report. The irked patron began taking photos of consulate employees “in a very aggressive manner,” the report states. One of the employees then started taking photos of the angry man, who grabbed the camera out of the employee’s hand and fled the premises with it. The incident was classified by police as a robbery.

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