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Bread Furst and the Laptop Debate; Nepal Fundraiser in Alexandria

Plus, a cool new cocktail series at Cashion's.

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

VAN NESS— Bread Furst isn't trying to be the kind of place where people camp out on laptops all day. But that doesn't mean it's an easy idea to enforce or approach. Owner Mark Furstenberg talks about the issue on his blog. [RB]

ALEXANDRIA— Tomorrow night, 10 percent of all dinner sales at both Bastille and Bistrot Royal will go to support those suffering from the Nepal earthquake's damages. The restaurant will work with Mercy Corps and is also seeking donations here. [EaterWire]

ADAMS MORGAN— Cashion's Eat Place plans to resurrect retro cocktails on the first Sunday of every month this summer. The promotion starts this Sunday, and they'll offer complimentary snacks, too. It starts at 10 p.m. [EaterWire]