Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan April 28, 2016 at 8:45 am 0

Public Safety Meeting April, photo via Twitter : Brianne Nadeau

Dupont Underground Tickets Sell Out — If you haven’t gotten your tickets to Dupont Underground’s inaugural exhibit, Raise/Raze, you might be out of luck. Tickets for the underground art space’s show sold out yesterday, according to its Eventbrite page. The exhibit debuts Saturday. [Dupont Underground]

Whitman-Walker Releases Details on Elizabeth Taylor Center Development — The building that held Whitman-Walker’s former health clinic will be incorporated into a six-story structure with ground-floor retail and restaurants. [Washington Business Journal]

Shuffleboard and Booze at Logan Circle’s Newest Bar — Radiator, Kimpton’s new cocktail bar at the Mason and Rook Hotel (1430 Rhode Island Ave. NW), opens today. From adult versions of kids’ games to sundaes, here’s what to expect. [Washington City Paper; Eater D.C.]

Masa 14 Launches Tasting Counter —  14th Street’s Masa 14 will launch a tasting program where diners sit at a 12-seat counter facing the kitchen. But it’s not cheap. Patrons must pay $80 for the experience, or $125 for dinner and drinks. [Washingtonian]

Dupont Cosi Closing — Today is the last normal day of business for the Cosi just south of Dupont Circle, the company announced. [Borderstan]

Photo via Twitter / Brianne Nadeau


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