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Labor Inquiry into Trump Hotel Contractor, Plus More Intel

Mini news bites for the morning

Trump Hotel in DC
Trump Hotel in DC
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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Labor Wire

The Department of Labor is investigating whether a subcontractor working on the Trump Hotel has been underpaying employees. The inquiry is regarding Maryland-based glass specialist The Craftsmen Group, and is not targeting the Trump organization, according to the Post’s report. [WaPo]

Opening report

Now Bethesda has not one, but two locations of Fish Taco. The mini-chain had a soft opening for its location at 7015 Wisconsin Ave. over the weekend, with plans to officially open by today. [BM]

The temporary shutter

Eden Center’s Ban Ta, a cafe with banh mi, is closing temporarily for the summer. It will reopen in the fall as a restaurant after a remodel, according to Don Rockwell’s forum. [DR]

Food and fireworks

Washingtonian has a solid roundup of Fourth of July options popping up around town. [Washingtonian]