DC Sweet Potato Cake founder plans food-hall for Brentwood mixed-use apartments

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April Richardson.

Think Union Market, but smaller and in Brentwood. Pictured above: April Richardson That's the essence of Upper Marlboro entrepreneur April Richardson's pitch for "Savor," a 6,500 square-foot restaurant-and-bar concept planned for the forthcoming Studio 3807 mixed-use development under construction in Brentwood at the intersection of Rhode Island Avenue and 38th...
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