Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan August 26, 2016 at 8:55 am 0


Sushi Burritos En Route to H Street — Sushi burrito purveyor Buredo plans to open a new shop on H Street, according to owner Mike Haddad. The business will reportedly open at 625 H St. NE in a development across from the forthcoming Whole Foods. [Washingtonian]

Crowd Gathers to Create ‘Living Emblem’ on National Mall — About 1,200 people brought the National Park Service’s arrowhead logo to life near the Washington Monument yesterday. Participants held brown, green and white umbrellas on the west side of the monument as part of an event to help commemorate the 100th anniversary of the agency’s founding in 1916. [Washington Post; DCist]

Manhattan Laundry WeWork Opens — D.C. Councilmember Brianne Nadeau helped celebrate the opening of a new coworking space in Ward 1 last night. WeWork, the company that “transforms buildings into beautiful, collaborative workspaces,” opened a space in the Manhattan Laundry building at 1348 Florida Ave. NW. [Twitter / Brianne Nadeau]

Cops Release Another Video in Fatal West End Hit-and-Run — Police have distributed a second video in connection with a hit-and-run car crash that killed a man in West End last week. [NBC Washington]

Wanna Try Shaw Bijou? That’ll Be $185 — The trendy restaurant from Kwame Onwuachi will open with a pricey 13-course tasting menu on Nov. 1. [Washington Post; Washington City Paper]

No West End Nobu Until Next Year — The famous sushi joint is coming to 2501 M St. NW, but not until 2017, a rep reportedly said. [Eater D.C.]

Every Female Statue in D.C., Mapped — Here’s a map of every single female statue in D.C. [Curbed D.C.]

How We Found Freddy — Here’s how we reported the mysterious disappearance and sad end of Walter Pierce Park’s Freddy Da Firetruck. [Washingtonian]


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