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Taylor Gourmet Draws Heat, Dudley’s Dawdles, And More Intel

Taylor Gourmet Draws Heat, Dudley’s Dawdles, And More Intel

News bites for the morning

Trump Wire

Fresh on the heels of a second weekend of nationwide protests against the new administration, Taylor Gourmet co-founder Casey Patten walked into a PR minefield by appearing in a photo op with President Donald Trump. The sandwich maker, on hand for a meeting at the White House regarding small business regulations, was savaged on social media by one-time supporters perturbed with Patten for fraternizing with the divisive commander in chief. [WaPo]

Beer Here

Sours Week is back at The Partisan now through Feb. 5, featuring a menu of 10 sours on draft picked by beer director Greg Engert. The select pours are available a la carte or in flight form, with “charcuterie pairings” from chef Nate Anda.

Mapping Michelin

Travel site Orbitz has created an interactive map plotting the location of every Michelin-starred restaurant in the U.S., including the most recent 12 additions in D.C. An open source algorithm calculates the shortest route to visit them all. Fun fact: The longest trip between the 169 starred stops is the 2,111-mile drive between Bouchon in Yountville, Calif., and El Ideas in Chicago.

Plywood Report

Thirsty Shirlingtonians will have to wait longer for the taps to flow at Bungalow replacement, Dudley’s Sport & Ale. ARLnow reports that the long-awaited tavern, originally scheduled to open last March, is unlikely to debut before summer. [ARLnow]