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A.G. Kitchen Closes, and More Intel

Plus, Trump’s VA winery wants to import labor

Miracle on 7th Street
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The Shutter in Silver Spring

A.G. Kitchen, located in downtown Silver Spring has closed, reports East MoCo. The concept came from Chef Alex Garcia — his original New York City location is still open. [East MoCo]

Holiday Spirits

Still in the holiday spirit? (It’s ok — this week you’re allowed to feel festive!) NPR’s All Things Considered sat down with Paul Taylor, “head elf” of Miracle on 7th Street, to talk festive booze. [NPR]

No More Green at sweetgreen

Sweetgreen is going cashless in 2017, reports Washington Business Journal. Forget it if you want to pay for your bowl with paper/coin money — the chain won’t accept it come next year. They’re doing it in the hopes that this will speed up service and also help improve security. Customers will be able to pay for their food via the sweetgreen app or credit card. The company’s app is also in the queue for a revamp in the new year. [WBJ]

Importing Labor

President-elect Donald Trump’s Virginia winery — which is owned and operated by his son Eric — wants to add six new immigrant laborers to its staff, reports Eater. The wintery filed documents with the U.S. Department of Labor last week, requesting temporary worker visas. [E]

Sparkling Leftovers

The Washington Post has some ideas for what to do with the fizziest of leftovers — champagne. The bottle isn’t kicked once it’s opened and unfinished, as the bubbles can last for about a week, when you use a stopper made especially for champagne. Then again, if just drinking the stuff is boring, they have some ideas for recipes that utilize it — champagne shrimp on endive and a champagne sauce that will add pizzaz to any protein. [WP]

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