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The Caps Headed to The Palm to Pick Up Their Stanley Cup Championship Rings

Plus, St. Anselm wants everyone to drink Madeira

Boston Bruins v Washington Capitals Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images

Coming attractions

The Bluestone Lane outpost in Dupont that’s supposed to open very soon looks ready to go, according to PoPville.

Bankruptcies

Taylor Gourmet filed for Chapter 7 bankrupcty in Delaware bankruptcy court, and the Washington Business Journal digs into the filings.

Sightings

Anthony Ressler, Atlanta Hawks owner and founder of the private equity firm Apollo Global Management, dined with a group of 17 friends at last night at Lupo Verde Osteria, per a source.

Meanwhile, The Palm in Tysons hosted a party to pass out Stanley Cup championship rings to The Capitals, and the Washington Post’s Reliable Source has photos from the event at the steakhouse.

Booze news

Northeast newcomer St. Anselm is on a mission to make Madeira less intimidating, and the Washington City Paper reports on the restaurant’s 42-bottle collection. “Saturday night one of our managers spent the whole night just pouring Madeira flights,” Erik Segelbaum tells WCP. “D.C. is already a Madeira town, and they’ve responded beautifully to this program.”

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