Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas February 2, 2016 at 9:45 am 0

Whole Foods on P Street NW

Ex-After Peacock Room Chef Eyes Adams Morgan — Nick Sharpe, the former Ba Bay and After Peacock Room chef, is looking to open his contemporary American restaurant Jolene in Adams Morgan by May. But Sharpe hasn’t officially secured a spot for the eatery, which he has previewed through pop-up dinners. [Washingtonian]

Seaton Elementary School’s Principal of the Year — Kim Jackson, the top administrator of Seaton Elementary School in Shaw, was recognized last night as the principal of the year for D.C. Public Schools. [Twitter/D.C. Public Schools]

Popular, Sweaty Dance Party Might Leave Mount Pleasant Eatery —  A popular Saturday dance party known for building up a sweat among its adherents might abandon Haydee’s Restaurant in Mount Pleasant after the eatery began to charge a $20 admission fee last week. The party previously was free. [DCist]

Nadeau Hawks Newspapers — Councilmember Brianne Nadeau of Ward 1 handed out copies of Street Sense in Columbia Heights yesterday morning as part of “Vendor Week” for the D.C. newspaper focused on poverty and homelessness. Dan Silverman, the “Prince of Petworth,” also is slated to distribute the papers for Vendor Week from 5 to 6 p.m. outside the Dupont Metro station. [Street Sense]

Where to View the Super Bowl — Acre 121 in Columbia Heights, Bar Pilar on 14th Street corridor and Ventnor Sports Cafe in Adams Morgan are just some of the area bars where locals can catch Super Bowl 50. [Eater DC]


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