Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas November 7, 2016 at 9:00 am 0

Fall in Logan Circle (Photo via Twitter/Lynn Hoverman)

Post Food Critic Leaves Shaw Bijou HungryWashington Post food critic Tom Sietsema was looking for pizza after he left the new Shaw Bijou, which charges at least $185 per diner. Although he spoke positively of some of the restaurant’s food, Sietsema said he and his co-diners left “less than sated.” [Washington Post]

Union Market-Area Buildings Get Historic Designation — Florida Avenue Market’s 74-building “core,” which surrounds the Union Market food hall, is now a historic district. [UrbanTurf]

Group Plans Columbia Heights Night — Community organization the Columbia Heights Initiative is set to host its inaugural Columbia Heights Night Dec. 2 with “A Taste of Columbia Heights” and live entertainment. [New Columbia Heights]

H Street Eatery Now Serves Breakfast — Pow Pow (1253 H St. NE) has started selling $5 egg rolls with scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese and steak, pulled pork or black beans. [District Cuisine]

Photo via Twitter/Lynn Hoverman


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