Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas October 26, 2016 at 10:00 am 0

Dupont’s High Heel Race Celebrates 30 Years — Drag queens and other costumed revelers ran down 17th Street NW last night as part of the 30th annual High Heel Race. Borderstan co-founder Luis Gomez photographed some of the action in the slideshow above. [WTOP]

ShopHouse Eateries Likely to Close or Get New Owner — Chipotle has announced it won’t invest in ShopHouse anymore and will pursue “strategic alternatives” for the fast-casual Asian restaurant chain. ShopHouse eateries in Dupont Circle, Chinatown and other locations across the United States are likely to close or get a new owner. [Business Insider]

Park View Eatery to Host Pop-Up Noodle Shop — Khao Soi Nok Noi, a noodle-centric eatery from Chef Alex McCoy, is set to pop up at Tchoup’s Market (3301 Georgia Ave. NW) starting Nov. 2. [Washington City Paper]

Meet 14th Street’s Micro-Unit Dwellers — Residents of the Harper (1919 14th St. NW) talked to The Washington Post about what it’s like to live in apartments that are 500 square feet or less. [Washington Post]

Invite: Private Scotch Tasting — Sponsored — RSVP to raise the Macallan next week at the Mellon Auditorium. [Macallan Distillers]

Photos courtesy of Luis Gomez Photography


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