Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan March 25, 2016 at 9:05 am 0

STOCK Bird in tree

Tim Ma Bets On D.C. With Kyirisan — The Northern Virginia restauranteur is putting his all behind his new restaurant in The Shay. And it’s a big risk with plenty at stake, Ma says.  [Washington City Paper]

Healing Tea in Shaw — Read the story behind Calabash Tea & Tonic, a “thinly disguised old-school apothecary” in Shaw. [Washington Post]

Food Art at BKK Cookshop — The noodle soup at BKK Cookshop (1700 New Jersey Ave. NW) is apparently good enough to draw. [DCist]

‘Athleisure’ Pop-Up Coming to The Shay — A pop-up shop called S3 Active will sell “high-end” and fashionable leggings, sport bras and tank tops at The Shay this weekend. [Washingtonian]

Sumo Fight! — The “heaviest Japanese human being in history” and other sumo wrestlers are set to duke it out in an empty lot near the U Street corridor next month, according to an event representative. [Borderstan]


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