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Activists Sue to Maintain Right to Protest Outside Trump Hotel, Plus More Intel

Mini news bites for the morning

Trump protesters in D.C.
Trump protesters in D.C.
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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Relax in Rosslyn here

Continental Pool Lounge is opening a new beer garden. It will be located in the same park area where there’s periodically been a pop-up beer garden, ARLNOW says. There’s 4,000 square feet of space to work with there. They’ll serve sausages and snacks, and local and German beers. It won’t open until next year, though. [ARLNOW]

The right to protest

Advocates are working through court channels to maintain the right to protest in a space outside the Trump Hotel project downtown. The suit claims the group has been stonewalled when trying to get information on what access the public will have to the plaza outside the Old Post Office Pavilion once the hotel debuts. The hotel is about five weeks away from opening.

Road trippin’

Learn how to Weekend like a chef. Several D.C. cooks share their favorite mini-road trips outside the area, from Frederick to Charlottesville. Lots of restaurant recommendations in there, too. [Thrillist]

Frosé at home, too

It’s no secret several bars are offering up frozen rosé this summer. Washingtonian has a recipe to make it at home from bartender Adam Bernbach. Drinkers will have to pick up some Branca Menta and Capitoline Rosé vermouth to make it happen, though. [Washingtonian]