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More Bandolero Woes; Where to Take a Mistress

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

GEORGETOWNBandolero is in another legal tangle. Young & Hungry reports this one involves an assault charge. [WCP]

PENN QUARTERRichard Gere dined at Rasika Penn Quarter Tuesday evening, according to a rep. The dinner was for the International Campaign for Tibet, which he chairs. Dishes ordered included palak chat, tandoori lamb chops, black cod, chicken biryani, dal makhani and more. [EaterWire]

THE CRITIC— A chatter this week asks Tom Sietsema where he should take his mistress. The question looks like it's probably a fake, but Sietsema answered honestly anyway. "Not sure where you hope to hide, sir, but you might check out Old Angler's Inn in Potomac. Back in the day, the dining destination was far enough away from the corridors of power for politicos and others to take their secret others. Bistro L'Hermitage in Woodbridge is another possibility." [WaPo]

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