Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas September 27, 2016 at 9:30 am 0

Smith Commons mural on H Street corridor

Cusbah on H Street to Stay Open — Indian-Pakistani restaurant Cusbah won’t close after winning a battle in court against its landlord who tried to evict the eatery from 1128 H St. NE. [Frozen Tropics]

Carnegie Library at Mount Vernon Square Closes Due to Mold — The Carnegie Library at Mount Vernon Square and the Historical Society of Washington, which is inside the building, are closed until further notice as workers clean up mold. [Washington Post]

Columbia Heights Escalators Expected to Work Again Next Month –– The Columbia Heights Metro station’s east entrance escalators are expected to go in operation again in October after about six months of work. [Park View, D.C.]

Logan Circle, Bloomingdale Restaurants Get New Chefs — The Pig (1320 14th St. NW) has picked up Nuvee Netayavichitr as its new chef de cuisine. Ben Schramm is the new chef at The Pub & the People (1648 North Capitol St. NW). [Eater DC]


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