Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas September 13, 2016 at 9:15 am 0

Union Market area

Troubled K Street Speakeasy Faces Fine — The Speak, the troubled speakeasy-style bar at 1413 K St. NW, is facing a $1,000 fine for operating without the D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board’s approval and using a trade name that the panel hasn’t endorsed. The bar hasn’t opened since July over what it calls “clerical errors.” [Washingtonian]

A Peek Inside Shaw’s New Smoked & Stacked — DCist takes a look at Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley’s fast-casual eatery Smoked & Stacked, which started serving smoked pastrami sandwiches and other food last week. [DCist]

Man Sentenced in 2o14 Columbia Heights Homicide — Carlton Hammond, a 28-year-old D.C. resident, yesterday received a sentence of 18 years in prison for stabbing a man to death in broad daylight on the 3400 block of 14th Street NW in October 2014. [D.C. U.S. Attorney’s Office]

WMATA, DDOT Propose Park View Bus Stop Change — The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and the D.C. Department of Transportation are looking to relocate the northbound bus stop on Georgia Avenue NW at Otis Place NW to a spot near Quebec Place NW. [Park View, D.C.]

Dupont Circle Restaurants Gets ‘Fried Chicken Man’ — Chef Jeremy Waybright, also known as the “fried chicken man,” has left downtown restaurant Boss Shepherd for The Riggsby at 1731 New Hampshire Ave. NW. [Washington City Paper]


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