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The Georgetown Liquor License Shuffle, Vidalia Ends Lunch and More Intel

Mini news bites to start your morning.

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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

*One of D.C.'s best lunch deals is coming to an end. PoPville reports Vidalia will end its lunch service July 1, though will be open some afternoons for private dining. [PoP]

*The struggle is real for food writers like District Brit's Russell Warnick: "Best thing that happened at dinner tonight, no one had a chance to take a photo of the food because it was good and went too quick." [Twitter]

*Here's who won the dance of the Georgetown liquor licenses: the AMC movie theater, Lady Camelia Tea Room, Chaia Tacos and an upcoming (unnamed) Greek restaurant.

"Overall, I thought they quality of beers brought was stronger than in previous years. Fewer whales, highly coveted beers, but tons of quality all over the floor." The D.C. Beer team reviews Savor. [DCB]

*Over in Baltimore, the parent company of Woodberry Kitchen is being sued in a labor dispute. [BS]