Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas February 16, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

President James Buchanan statue in the snow in Meridian Hill Park (Photo via Twitter/Roric McCorristin)

Dupont Barber, Chef Remember Scalia — Dupont Circle business owners Diego D’Ambrosio of Diego’s Hair Salon and Luigi Diotaiuti of Al Tiramisu had fond memories of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia who died Saturday. “I miss him already because he’s a really great guy,” D’Ambrosio said. [WJLA]

Drift on 7th to Open in Shaw This Week — Drift on 7th, Fishnet’s Shaw reboot, is slated to start serving diners Thursday at 1819 7th St. NW. [DCist]

Tail Up Goat Owners Talk Bread — Bill Jensen, Jill Tyler, and chef Jon Sybert, owners of the Tail Up Goat at 1827 Adams Mill Road NW aren’t afraid of showing their love for bread at their new Adams Morgan restaurant. “I really love the most basic of comfort foods, so breads and pastas are the other thing that I’m super, super fond of,” Sybert said. [Washington City Paper]

More High-End Condos Planned for Shaw — Ditto Residential is building 22 luxury condo units in Shaw and Capitol Hill. [Washington Post]

Photo via Twitter/Roric McCorristin


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