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Capital One Cafes Are Coming to Georgetown and Chinatown, Plus More Intel

Plus, Michelin has launched a new designation

Inside a Capital One Cafe
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Capital News

Capital One Financial Corp. is getting into the cafe game in DC, as the company is planning to open two of its Capital One Cafes in the city, reports Washington Business Journal. The cafes are a combination of bank, co-working space and food-serving spot; for now, the plan is to open at Wisconsin and M in Georgetown, and at 7th and H in Chinatown. Expect a late 2018 open. [WBJ]

Beer here

Washington City Paper has revealed The Beer Issue 2017. It’s a medley of articles with crucial updates like discussing the tunes that brewers listen to and discussing the peril of grabbing an Oktoberfest brew before it’s actually fall. [WCP]

Food for Fido

DCist has a roundup of all the places to bring the pups while enjoying a meal out — dog-friendly spots include Baked and Wired (which sell home-baked dog treats at that) and Chaplin’s. [DCist]

Michelin’s Consolation Prize

Michelin is launching a new designation within its guides reports Washington Post — “L’Assiette Michelin,” or “Michelin Plate.” It’s given to restaurants that haven’t earned those career-affirming stars or a Bib Gourmand label, but are considered “restaurants where the inspectors have discovered quality food.” Michelin’s DC guide launched last year. [WaPo]

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