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Little Red Fox Snags Parlato; Another Glory Days

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

WINE WIRE— The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control is starting to put more resources into enforcing a law that limits wine tastings and wine dinners at restaurants. The Washington Business Journal explores the phenomenon, which is upsetting those restaurateurs that have been doing such events for years. [WBJ]

RESTON— Virginia sports bar mainstay Glory Days Grill has another location lined up. The Reston Patch shares the news that the local chain has signed a lease for Reston's Northpoint Village Center. [Patch]

CHEVY CHASE— PoPville has an update on Little Red Fox, the hybrid concept opening on Connecticut Ave. NW. They've hired former Tosca pastry chef Lauren Parlato as their baker. [PoP]

VIRGINIA— Over in Richmond, an entire summit dedicated to the state's wine industry is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 28. The Virginia Wine Summit will feature such speakers as Washington Post columnist Dave McIntyre, sommelier Kathy Morgan, Todd Thrasher and more. Additions information is online. [EaterWire]

[Photo: Glory Days Grill]