Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan June 1, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

La Fourchette in Adams Morgan

Adieu, La Fourchette — The famous French restaurant in Adams Morgan will reportedly close its doors on June 11 after 38 years in business. [Washington Post]

MPD to Tweet Crime Updates After All — After hearing from plenty of upset Twitter users, the D.C. Police Department will resume tweeting breaking crime alerts. The news comes just one day after police said they’d stop the practice. [Twitter / D.C. Police]

Mushroom Farm to Open in Park View — A local farmer is slated to open a new, 7,200-square-foot mushroom farm and production facility at 3400 Georgia Ave. NW. [Express]

Bike, Bus Lanes Could Connect Columbia Heights and Brookland — DDOT is embarking on a new transportation study that could result in bike lanes and dedicated bus lanes connecting the two neighborhoods. [Greater Greater Washington]

Espita Mezcaleria’s Fish Sandwich Reigns Supreme — This fried tilapia sandwich at Espita Mezcaleria (1250 9th St. NW) is a “fish sandwich to top all rivals,” according to Washington City Paper’s sandwich expert. [Washington City Paper]

Bar Pilar Launches Pre-Theatre Menu — The bar and restaurant at 1833 14th St. NW has a new pre-theatre price fix menu that includes a deviled duck egg with togarashi bacon and roe; goat ricotta mezzalunas with English peas and roasted tomato consumme; and a Korean porcelet porchetta with rice, soy pickles and sesame.


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