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Shannon Overmiller, The Armstrongs No Longer Involved with The Majestic Cafe

Overmiller has a new gig.

Majestic Cafe.
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Both the chef and operators of The Majestic Cafe in Old Town are no longer affiliated with the restaurant.

Co-owner Meshelle Armstrong sent Eater the statement below:

As of Monday, January, 18, Eat Good Food Group, and Chef Shannon Overmiller will no longer be involved or represent The Majestic Cafe. Chef Overmiller will be moving to Seasons Culinary Group and the EatGood Food group is working on [its] next project slated for the city and various outposts for the gastro-market, Society Fair. We look forward to delicious new ventures and partnering up with talented people. It's a great start to the New Year!

This is the second restaurant EatGoodFood has parted ways with in recent years — it opened Virtue Feed & Grain in 2011, but the restaurant went under new management in 2013.

EatGoodFood is planning to open its first D.C. restaurant, though no lease has been signed, to replace the Eamonn's and TNT Bar location that closed in Arlington.

The Armstrongs will send this collage out to regulars today.

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