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This week's top dish from Eater DC, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog...


Bluejacket [Photo: Gerry Suchy/Eater.com]

PHOTO INTERLUDE — D.C. bars and restaurants were all about World Cup on Tuesday.

EATER GUIDES— There are plenty of places within 100 miles of D.C. where customers can tour a brewery.

ADVENTURES IN DRINKING— Could Moscow Mules be the drink of the summer?

Pop's Seabar, from two partners in Cashion's Eat Place, will open in the Taan Noodles space (Taan closed over the weekend).

U STREETCreme has opened in its new location.

EATER MAPS — The Eater 38 has been updated.

VIRGINIA— Exclusive winery RdV Vineyards is now open to the public for tours.

BALLSTON— Arlington officially has its own Taylor Gourmet.

U STREET— Mike Isabella talks one year in at Kapnos and G.

DC—The chef behind Bangkok Golden is planning a D.C. Lao restaurant.

ALEXANDRIAVermilion will close briefly for renovations, just in time for its 11th birthday.