Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas November 25, 2015 at 9:05 am 0

Columbia Heights Target on Black Friday (Photo via Wikimedia/Magnus Manske)

Black Friday for Columbia Heights Target — The Target in Columbia Heights might not be the busiest big box retailer in the D.C. area on Friday. But the store’s team leader, Michael Yost, still has a lot to do this week. [Washington Business Journal, Washingtonian]

Dabney Reviews — The Dabney at 122 Blagden Alley NW in Shaw is receiving positive reviews from Yelpers, bloggers and other people. “If this is Mid-Atlantic cuisine… I’m all in,” DCist contributor Josh Kramer wrote. “Teach me Chef Langhorne. You don’t have to take me to your secret ramp nursery in the forest. Just keep cooking.” [DCist, Eater DC]

ABRA Photos of The Speak Before Closure — The Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration has released a report with photos of Halloween revelers at The Speak (1413 K St. NW) as part of the agency’s investigation into the now-closed faux speakeasy-style bar. The Speak was ordered to cease operations after selling alcohol without a valid liquor license. [Barred in DC]

Cooking Like Hank’s Oyster BarThe Washington Post has a recipe for making the fried oyster sandwich at Hank’s Oyster Bar at 1624 Q St. NW in Dupont. [Washington Post]

Thanksgiving Thanks  — What are you thankful for? Tell us in the comments. We might include your comment in a post later today.

Photo via Wikimedia/Magnus Manske


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