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Imagining a Trump State Dinner, Plus More Intel

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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Get those laptops ready

Andy Shallal is transforming Mulebone, his Southern restaurant, into a coworking space during the day. Remote workers will be able to use the space for free, though encouraged to order from a light menu while they’re there. [WBJ]

Trump Endorsed

Reliable Source muses about what a State Dinner would look like if Donald Trump were elected. It sounds like the candidate might hold fewer dinners, serve caviar, and even feature Trump wine? But this is all hypothetical, of course. [RS]


An employee at an Alexandria location of Noodles & Co. reportedly would not serve a police officer when she came to the restaurant. Police and the restaurant’s reps are in talks about the situation and the company put out a statement saying it does not tolerate discrimination. [NBC4]

Save money on wine

Thrillist published an extensive list of restaurants that allow customers to BYOB. But what about free corkage? Here’s Eater’s most recent map. [Thrillist/EDC]