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If booking a reservation at Minibar was harder than rescheduling a flight during a hurricane, then snagging a seat at Rogue 24 is about as rigorous as renting an apartment in Dupont Circle. At least in terms of the paperwork.

Eater DC has posted a copy of the two-page “Reservation Agreement” that chef R.J. Cooper is now having his guests sign prior to dining at his hugely hyped tasting-menu restaurant in Blagden Alley. Consider it a three-and-a-half-hour lease on your seat.

Check out the full contract here.