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Liberty Tavern Owners Eye Falls Church; Yona Pop-Up Extended

Plus, two new food and drink apps and some thoughts on restaurants not seating incomplete parties.

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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

U STREET—The Yona pop-up at G Sandwich has been extended. Those who go can taste Jonah Kim's food through May 2. [EaterWire]

ADAMS MORGAN— Cashion's Eats Place co-owner Justin Abad talks toWashingtonian about why restaurants tend to not seat incomplete parties. "What many people don't understand is that running a restaurant is like conducting an orchestra, and there are a lot of moving parts," he said. [Washingtonian]

TECHNOLOGY WIRE— Two new food and drink apps are launching in D.C. this month. Minibar (unrelated to the restaurant) is another alcohol delivery app. Dash is a new app that allows customers to pay their bar tab via phone. [EaterWire, WCP]

FALLS CHURCH— The owners of Liberty Tavern, Lyon Hall and Northside Social now have their sights set on Falls Church. The Falls Church News-Press reports they've purchased the oldest building in the city and plan to turn it into a restaurant. [FCNP]