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Too Cold for Cashion's; Keep Mayo off Kliman's Hoagie

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

VIRGINIA— In the "who knew?" department, apparently drinking in limos and party buses is illegal in Virginia. Soon, it may not be, Washington Business Journal reports. [WBJ]

ATLAS DISTRICT— Chef Erik Bruner-Yang of Toki Underground has been blogging regular dispatches for the Couch Sessions the past several months. Here's his year in review. [TCS]

ADAMS MORGANCashion's Eat Place is a casualty of the cold tonight. The restaurant is temporarily closed this evening due to issues with the HVAC system. [Facebook]

THE CRITICS— In this week's chat, Todd Kliman laments the fact many D.C. restaurants put mayo on their sandwiches automatically, particularly hoagies. "Restaurants, in the end, are businesses, and they will do whatever they have to do to stay in business. Including, in some cases, going against what they know to be 'authentic' or 'good' or whatever." [Washingtonian]

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