Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas August 19, 2016 at 10:00 am 0

Mount Pleasant

The Passenger in Shaw Reopens — Shaw bar The Passenger officially reopened for business in a new location yesterday after shutting down in January 2015. [Facebook/The Passenger]

Kosher Food Truck Rolls Into Foggy Bottom — Brooklyn Sandwich Co., a kosher deli on wheels, has started selling food on George Washington University’s campus in Foggy Bottom. [Washington City Paper]

Union Market Pavilion Opens With Beer, Live Music — The outdoor D.C. Pavilion in the Union Market area now has beer for sale and music performances. [DCist]

U Street Art Show Looks at Housing — The Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery on the U Street corridor is hosting an art exhibition that “explores the dwelling from various points of view,” according to show notes. [Greater Greater Washington]

A Peek Inside New Dirty Goose Gay Bar on U Street — Brightest Young Things visited LGBT-friendly bar The Dirty Goose, which opened yesterday. [Brightest Young Things]


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