'It did feel personal': D.C. bar hit by vandals braces for indoor dining ban
A brutal cold winter for Washington, D.C. restaurants could be getting worse.
"If this was a typical Friday night, I'd have about 12 to 15 employees, tonight I have two," said Keaton Fedak, General Manager of The Dirty Goose.
In the face of surging COVID-19 cases, 7 On Your Side has learned that Mayor Muriel Bowser plans to ban indoor dining on December 23rd.
Adding insult to industry for The Dirty Goose, the restaurant and bar on U Street, NW was vandalized Sunday night, with the fire pits in their 'streetery' being damaged.