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Tyler Cowen Wire

Economist/food writer Tyler Cowen files an interesting piece for the Washington Post today full of advice on how to get a good meal in DC — such as to get in the door soon after it opens. Cowen explains: "Through information technology, we have speeded up the cycle of the rise and fall of a restaurant. Once these places become popular, their obsession with quality slacks off. They become socializing scenes, the bars fill up with beautiful women (which attracts male diners uncritically), and they become established as business and power broker spots." [WaPo]