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Georgetown Closures, Restaurant Design Secrets and More Intel

Mini news bites to start the morning.

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

*"It's about places that look better the longer they're open." Some of D.C.'s top restaurant designers reveal their secrets to stellar restaurant looks. [WaPo]

*Adams Morgan Day isn't happening this year. No word yet on whether Christmas is canceled. [DCist]

*Brisket and a beer: food truck Curley's Q is setting up shop in the kitchen of Montgomery County's oldest bar, Hank Dietle's. [BM]

*Sorry, Georgetown. The neighborhood lost eleven restaurants in the past 15 months or so. And that's not even including the stores. [GM]

*Alexandria stalwart Gadsby's Tavern is dealing with some water damage from the sprinkler system after a small attic fire. [Patch]

*America really, really loves burgers and, in a shocking turn of events, doesn't want to eat fondue when it's super hot out. [Zagat]