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Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas — February 9, 2016 at 9:00 am 1 Comment

Adams Morgan

Mount Pleasant’s Bicycle Commuters — More than 20 percent of locals in Mount Pleasant, Petworth and Bloomingdale commute to work on bicycles, according to the District Department of Transportation. [Greater Greater Washington]

Rebellion’s ‘Anti-Speakeasy’ on 18th Street — Don’t call The Armory a speakeasy when the bar opens below Rebellion (1836 18th St. NW) on Feb. 17. “We want it to be almost the anti-speakeasy, where it’s very approachable and you feel comfortable,” owner Brian Westlye said. [Washington City Paper]

Hawthorne Begins Dinner Service on U Street — Hawthorne at 1336 U St. NW now has dinner. [Washingtonian]

Early Reviews of Left Door Near 14th Street — Tom Brown’s Left Door bar at 1345 S St. NW generally is getting favorable reviews online. [DC Eater]

Comments (1)

  1. The write-up on the first article is incorrect. As the comments at GGW make very clear, the “more than 20%” figure applies only to small restricted blocks within each of the neighborhoods. For the neighborhoods as a whole, bike share is around 9-14% for Mount Pleasant and Bloomingdale and around 7% for Petworth.

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