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Boss Shepherd's
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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Another option for Rose's Reservations

Rose's Luxury is offering a new option for groups who want to get a reservation at the traditionally-packed restaurant. Similar to its rooftop dining option (which is closed for renovations), groups of six to eight will be able to reserve a large table at the restaurant. They'll be served a $55 per person tasting menu, with two seatings a night (a $100 deposit is required).

Where the Press Corps are

D.C. is no stranger to housing the press corps (not to mention, politicians) in its restaurants. But where does the Presidential Press Corps. eat in Iowa? The Des Moines Register finds out. [DMR]

No longer tea time

Seth Goldman, founder of Bethesda's Honest Tea (a fixture at D.C. fast-casual lunch counters) is stepping down from his day-to-day role as (wait for it) TeaEO. He's now going to work part time for the company he built. [WaPo]

Cool collab

Sally's Middle Name has been teaming up with DCity Smokehouse since its opening. Here's their latest project — "leather britches," or smoked romano beans. [FB]

Where to take Bland, we mean Ann

Everyone's been there — grandma's coming to town, and she basically only likes chicken. DCist rounds up some solid spots for picky eaters, like Boss Shepherd's and Matchbox. [DCist]