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A Food History of the Supreme Court, Plus More Intel

Changes at Le Mediterranean Bistro, and more

Supreme Court justices
Supreme Court justices
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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Switcheroos

Le Mediterranean Bistro is under new ownership. Adam and Konjit Turock will now run the ship, and they're about to add lunch and brunch. [NoVa Mag]

Candy for justice

Washington Business Journal has a lot of fun facts about how the Supreme Court has been influenced by food over the years. Justice Sonia Sotomayor is the candy bowl woman; former Justice Sandra Day O'Connor used to bring home beef jerky made by her family. [WBJ]

Consider the soufflé

Eater takes a hard look at the iconic dessert, the soufflé, and there are some D.C. anecdotes here (including some anecdotes from The Inn at Little Washington and The Grill Room). [E]

Gorgeous drink alert

Fiola Mare's making a big claim here, but they just might have something: