Get Your Noodle – On It’s all in the family for the newly opened TenPenh in Tysons Corner. Chef/Owner Jeff Tunks rolls out a new dish where kids and adults are encouraged to play with their food: Rock & Roll Vietnamese Rolls. Hitting the children’s lunch and dinner menus this summer, this Vietnamese street food staple arrives at the table with a colorful water bath vessel along with an array of traditional accouterments: Rice Paper Wraps [Bánh Tráng], Vermicelli Noodles, lightly seasoned Poached Chicken, Carrots, Fresh Herbs and a trio of dipping sauces [Sweet Chili, Ginger Hoisin and Peanut]. After submerging each crisp wrap into the water bath, the hard, breakable discs become malleable, soft and translucent. Kids have to roll up their sleeves and get to work quickly, adding all of their preferred toppings before wrapping it up like a burrito. Practice makes perfect – each platter comes with four wraps for sharing, or so you can master the art of the roll. TenPenh’s patio is now open so you can take it outside. (7900 Westpark Drive, McLean, VA; 703.910.3096; TenPenhTysons.com)New Café Menu – Executive Chef Liam LaCivita has debuted a new café menu at Via Umbria in Georgetown. Since taking over the kitchen in July, LaCivita has introduced dishes like a porchetta and egg sandwich, as well as other breakfast sandwiches, made to order doughnuts served on weekends, and a selection of pastries such as the salted chocolate and Nutella tart to the breakfast menu. Highlights of the midday menu include the farro salad with baby greens, grilled peaches, tomatoes, red onion, robiolini cheese, olive oil, and balsamic vinegar, and housemade pasta like the tagliatelle in a traditional veal and pork ragu with pecorino, available on the dinner menu as well. The full a la carte breakfast, lunch and dinner menu is available here. (1525 Wisconsin Avenue; 202.333.2904).