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Deschutes to D.C.; Should Bars Give Customers Time Limits?

Plus, Todd Kliman critiques Tom Sietsema.

Barmini
Barmini
R. Lopez

RESERVATION WOES— Several D.C. area bars have been putting time limits on reservations lately, usually 90 minutes or two hours. This particularly seems to be the case at speakeasies or ambitious cocktail bars like Dram & Grain and Barmini — Young & Hungry takes a closer look at the practice. [WCP]

THE CRITICS— And now, Eater DC will review Todd Kliman's review of Tom Sietsema's dining guide, not to be confused with Todd Kliman's own dining guide. Wait, no, that would be too meta, right? [Washingtonian]

BEER HERE— Oregon's Deschutes Brewery is entering the local market. They've lined up a distributor and will be selling beer in D.C., and Virginia (the brewery previously collaborated with chef José Andrés). [DCB]

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