Borderstan Brief

by Jennifer Currier October 14, 2015 at 9:00 am 0


Georgia Avenue Growth — The former Planet Chocolate City and iHip Hop buildings (3223-3225 Georgia Ave. NW) will be razed and developed into a nine-unit building with ground floor retail. [Park View, D.C.]

Riggsby, Reviewed — Washingtonian’s food critic praised chef Michael Schlow’s diverse menu of “grandma food” inspired by cocktail parties of the past. [Washingtonian]

Goodbye, Goethe-Institut — The cultural center has make plans to leave its Chinatown location for one on K Street amid a 60 percent rent increase. [WAMU]

#FindFieri — Food Network’s Guy Fieri is coming to town on Friday, and we’ve been trying to track him down. Here’s what we know so far. [Borderstan]


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