Hungry for Linkage: Possible DC Food Reality Show + NPR’s Mythbusters + Where to Avoid Large Restaurant Week Crowds

Culinary news in the Northern Virginia area.

D.C. might get its own food reality show. [Eater]

A rezoning proposal has been submitted to turn the Annandale AMF into a “12-story multi-family residential rental apartment building named Markham Place with a 6,000-square-foot restaurant at street level.” [Fairfax Times]

Take note: Cafe Pizzaiolo has a new number for all three locations: 703-717-9324. [Cafe Pizzaiolo]

The world’s first Kit Kat storeKit Kat Chocolatory—is opening in Tokyo and geared toward “adult tastebuds.” Flavors include: sublime butter, special cherry blossom green tea and special chili. [Kotaku] 

NPR busts the myth that a daily coffee habit can lead to dehydration. In fact, it may help increase hydration and memory. [NPR]

Looking to avoid big Restaurant Week crowds? Eater DC lists 18 places, including Northern Virginia’s Bangkok Golden (Seven Corners) and Green Pig Bistro (Arlington) that aren’t participating. [Eater]