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Hooters Closes, Changes for Bethesda Supper Club, More Intel

Mini news bites for the morning

Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club
Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.


New name, new lease. The Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club is becoming Bethesda Live, under new ownership. That opens them up to hosting more genres of music. [BM]

Fro-yo fallout

Georgetown Metropolitan has just realized that Georgetown has gone from the home of five frozen yogurt shops to a whopping zero. And the verdict is: tragic. [GM]


A second EatsPlace may be in the works. The owner of the incubator and pop-up host is in talks to open up another outpost in the Torpedo Factory. [Patch]

The Shutter

The Rockville location of Hooters has closed. This was somewhat expected, but not until later this fall. The breastaurant’s liquor license was not renewed by the country. A patron who drank there pled guilty to killing a officer in a car wreck after leaving the restaurant last year. [Rockville Nights]


That money an activist raised to help José Andrés fight his legal battle against Donald Trump? It ended up going to charity.

Meanwhile, speaking of the presidential candidate, a WaPo review aside indicates Trump allegedly refuses to eat inside the restaurant of his new D.C. hotel, BLT Prime, for security reasons. Namely, because it’s upstairs and someone could push him down the stairs. [Washingtonian, WaPo, Eater]