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From the May 2015 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Sprig & Sprout (2317 Wisconsin Ave.) recently started a “brunch club” on Saturdays and Sundays at noon. Much like the restaurant’s popular Monday-night supper club, the brunch is a prix-fixe meal available by reservation only. Brunch includes a specially designed cocktail and four courses of authentic Vietnamese cuisine. To reserve a spot, email management@sprigandspoutdc.com or call 202-333-2569 and ask for a manager.

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Sprig & Sprout (2317 Wisconsin Ave.) is launching two Facebook-related drawings for free food and drink.

Starting this week, the Vietnamese restaurant will reimburse the lunch order of one customer every Tuesday between 11 am and 4 pm. On Tuesday mornings, Sprig & Sprout’s owners will post a random number on the restaurant’s Facebook page. When a customer’s order number matches that random number, the customer’s order (up to $20 worth) will be reimbursed. See the restaurant’s website for rules.

Along with that weekly lunch lottery, the restaurant is holding a monthly raffle for a gift certificate—and the more people enter, the bigger that certificate will be. To enter, post a photo of yourself eating at Sprig & Sprout on their Facebook page according to the contest rules.

Sprig & Sprout already hosts very popular tasting dinners that tend to sell out well in advance. The new contests are meant to engage customers in a more spontaneous way, says co-owner Jennifer Hoang. “We decided we wanted to be more interactive with our customers, plus have a little more fun on Facebook,” Hoang stated in a press release. “It makes eating here a bit more fun, and possibly rewarding.”

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The  monthly supper club at Sprig & Sprout (2317 Wisconsin Ave.) will be 100% vegan this month, according to a press release. “We worked with the female monks of Bien An Tu Temple to develop a taste bud tantalizing and guilt-free meal!” the release states. “Join us upstairs, as owner Jen [Hoang] walks you through 7 courses of what Buddhists have been eating for centuries. The original date of February 17  sold out, so the restaurant has added a second seating on Monday, February 24.

The seven-course prix fixe menu will include Goi Ngo Sen Chay (Salad of Lotus Stem, White Tremella Mushrooms, Carrots, Cucumber, and seasoned Bean Curd with a mix of Viet Herbs) and Canh Chua Chay (Sweet & Sour Tamarind Soup with Pineapples, Tomatoes, Okra, and Ngo Om). The dinner costs $40 per person; reservations are required and there’s a no-cancellation policy. For information or to make a reservation, email management@sprigandsproutdc.com or call 202-333-2569 and ask for Jen.

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On July 29, Sprig & Sprout (2317 Wisconsin Ave.) will host a reservations-only dinner in its upstairs bar: its first monthly Monday Supper Club. “Enjoy 7 courses of authentic Vietnamese dishes as owner Jennifer walks you through the history and ingredients of each dish,” the Vietnamese restaurant’s website states. “This is cozy family-style comfort food meant to fill your belly, awaken your taste buds, and expand your foodie knowledge.” Here’s the menu for the July “club” meeting:

Banh Bot Loc (Steamed Transparent Shrimp & Pork Dumplings)
Sup Mang Cua (Fresh Picked Crab and Asparagus Soup)
Goi Ngo Sen (Young Lotus Stem Salad with Pork and Shrimp)
Bo Luc Lac (Sauteed Flank Steak Tips over a bed of Marinated Watercress and Pickled Onions)
Ga Kho Gung Xa (Ginger & Lemongrass Braised Chicken)
Rau Cai Lan Xao Toi (Sauteed Chinese Broccoli with Garlic)
Che Dau Xen (Chilled Sweet Mung Bean Soup)

The price for dinner is $35 per person. For reservations, call 202-333-2569; email management@sprigandsproutdc.com; or Facebook  facebook.com/SprigandSprout.

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Sprig & Sprout (2317 Wisconsin Ave.) will celebrate the opening of its upstairs bar with a cocktail party from 4 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 11. Drinks will be at happy hour prices, and Vietnamese finger foods such as pork-and-shrimp eggrolls and lemongrass beef skewers will be on the house. There’s no admission charge, but space at the event is limited, so if you’d like to go, RSVP via Twitter or  Facebook, or in person at the restaurant.

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“Drastic changes are happening here at Sprig & Sprout,” boasts the website of the Vietnamese restaurant at 2317 Wisconsin Ave. “Our new menu is out! The upstairs is open. Stop in for happy hour!” In contrast to the brightly lit, eat-in-or-carry-out pho café downstairs, the upstairs bar offers table service in a cozy atmosphere. The upstairs menu includes appetizers as well as an array of alcoholic drinks.

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From the April 2013 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

On February 20, the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board cancelled the liquor license for Margarita’s Restaurant (formerly at 2317 Wisconsin, the current home of Sprig & Sprout). The licensee, Maria Villalta, closed Margarita’s several years ago. Lately, she has tried unsuccessfully to find a new location for her restaurant or a buyer for her license.

Under Glover Park’s liquor license moratorium, up to 14 restaurants in the neighborhood are allowed to have full-service restaurant (CR) licenses. At press time, the former Margarita’s license was one of two Glover Park CR licenses that were unused and unapplied-for, according to an Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration spokesman.

The closing of Mayfair & Pine (2218 Wisconsin Ave.) and Kavanagh’s Pizza Pub (2400 Wisconsin Ave.) has left two more Glover Park CR licenses idle, though the Kavanagh’s license will soon be put to use at Arcuri, a trattoria slated to open in late April. The liquor license for JP’s Night Club (2412 Wisconsin Ave.), expected to reopen in May, is a nightclub (CN) license.

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