Borderstan thanks this weeks advertisers for their support. Remember to Think Local First and support local businesses in DC and the Dupont-Logan-U Street neighborhood.
The Bike Rack:Â The Bike Rack is a full service independent bike shop. We’re a community of people who care about cycling, and we strive to improve the cycling experience of every customer. We pride ourselves on building a strongÂ cycling communityÂ with weekend rides, clinics, local partnerships, clubs, teams, and active involvement in local cycling advocacy.” At 1412 Q Street NW.
Mike Brown/McEnearney Associates:Â “Reality. Only better. Try our new Mobile App.”
Glen’s Garden Market: “At Glenâs Garden Market, shoppers will select from the Chesapeake Bay Watershedâs finest produce, meats, poultry, dairy products and specialty foods in a space designed to celebrate seasonality and offer unprecedented access to environmentally sustainable, locally grown foods. The store will showcase foods grown or created by farmers and artisans in DC, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New York.” At 2001 S Street NW.
goDCgo.com: “Your Number One resource for transportation information and options to make getting into and around the District easier than ever. The goDCgo program focuses on the reduction of single-occupant vehicle travel and promotes the use of more sustainable modes of transportation.Â goDCgo is an initiative of the District Department of Transportation (DDOT).”
Hemphill Fine Arts: ” ‘Julie Wolff: Rewilding’ opens March 23 with a 6 pm reception.’Â The exhibition schedule features contemporary art ranging in media from emerging to mid-career and established artists. In addition to these shows the gallery mounts exhibitions of historically significant artwork and socially relevant subjects.” At 1515 14th Street NW, #300, just north of P Street.
Java House:Â “A neighborhood cafe where the coffee is roasted in the store. Happy Hour all day Monday through Friday with $4 beers.” Located at 1645 Q Street NW with indoor and outdoor seating.
Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe:Â “Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe is DCâs only full-service restaurant and complete bar combined with an independent bookstore.” Just north of Dupont Circle at 1517 Connecticut Avenue NW.
Rice/DC Noodles:Â “The Rice menu that both traditional and contemporary Thai cuisine in a very simple setting with minimal decor in the Logan Circle neighborhood. In addition,Â you can now order the DC Noodles menu at RiceÂ during most of the week.” At 1608 14th Street NW, north of Q Street.
Jo Ricks/City Houses:Â “Serving downtown buyers and sellers since 1979. This Realtor Is Not Your Average Jo.”
The Rutstein Group:Â A Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. “In today’s market it’s important that your agent has the latest technology working for you! Drop us an email and tell us what you are looking for.” Office at 1606 17th Street NW.
Simon Vintage:Â “We offer Vintage Furnishings, Housewares, Toys and other Artifacts. Our cozy used furniture shop packs in a wide range from Art Deco Furniture to Mid Century Modern Furniture as well as lightly Used Contemporary Furniture.” At 1911 9th Street NW, just south of U Street.
Urban Igloo:Â “Over 65,000 renters use Urban Igloo each year to take the stress out of DC apartment hunting. We connect them with hundreds of condo owners and large building landlords…Â Rent out your DC area condo, house, townhome or basement apartment. Fast…Â Property manager? Apartment building owner? Let us help you find tenants.”
VIDA Fitness:Â “Start a new fitness plan or continue in your fitness journey with VIDA Fitness at any of our 5 downtown urban chic fitness clubs. Change the way you look, feel and think about fitness.” In the Borderstan area, VIDA is at 1612 U Street NW and at the Metropole, 1517 15th Street NW.
Chen Wen/Fairfax Realty:Â “Chen Wen has been a long time Dupont-Logan resident, having lived here since before Whole Foods was a reality. With more than 20 years of real estate experience, Wen takes pride in the fact that his clients keep coming back to him for their real estate needs.”