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Resybird Launches, Nurish's Replacement, More Intel

Mini news bites for the morning.

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Introducing Resybird

Online reservations company Resy has launched Resybird, an option on the app that allows diners to pay for meals ahead of time. The idea is that it helps cut down on dining time; diners choose their dishes ahead of time, too.

Speaking of time-savers...

Zagat shares some of the quickest meals diners can wolf down in D.C., from places like Boqueria and Maketto. [Zagat]

Holiday like a chef

Cheese souffles, Chilean sandwiches. Chefs share their favorite Thanksgiving dishes (complete with recipes) with Northern Virginia Magazine. [NoVa Mag]


Nurish closed in Anacostia over the weekend, and Washington City Paper's got the scoop on what's replacing it. It's a cafe called Art-drenaline. [WCP]