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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.

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

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]