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Andrew Evans' Barbecue to Union Market; A Stuffing Stout

Plus, more about cat cafes and how ice cream shops stay in business over the winter.

NOMA— Andrew Evans, whose barbecue from Easton's Barbecue Joint has a cult following, is headed to D.C. Washingtonian reports he'll open up a stand at Union Market. There will be dishes like brisket, ribs and even veal short ribs. He'll start serving things up in December. [Washingtonian]

TREND WATCH— Ice cream is a seasonal business, but that doesn't mean ice cream and gelato shops just disappear when the colder months come. Young & Hungry looks at how the business model works for places like Dolcezza. [WCP]

LOUDOUN COUNTY— Adroit Brewing Company doesn't tend to shy away from weird beer flavors. For Thanksgiving, they'll have some themed offerings like a stuffing stout. [WaPo]

CAT CAFES— Squeamish about how a cat cafe could possibly be sanitary? You're not alone. Going Out Guide has an explainer on how things would work for Crumbs & Whiskers in terms of getting a DC health inspection. [GoG]

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