- An 80-unit residential project is coming to Hill East; learn more from ANC Commissioner Brian Flahaven, Urban Turf and Curbed DC.
- Eater DC reported that Gordon Biersch is hoping to open in time for the beginning of Nationals’ season.
- The Washington Post has a long article on Bluejacket Brewery, which will open in the old Boilermaker Shops this spring. Going Out Gurus summed up the article into the top five reasons to be excited for its opening.
- JDLand shared details on the changes to parking for Nationals’ games. Don’t want to pay for parking? Metro or take advantage of the fabulous bike valet! Don’t park in the neighborhood without a permit or you will get towed.
- After the DC Office of Weights and Measures stopped by several H Street bars to check if they were pouring proper-sized drinks, Young & Hungry reported that there is no minimum alcohol pour in DC.
- DC Metrocentric shared pictures of the inside of 200 Eye Street, which was formerly the windowless Washington Star printing facility.
- Girl Meets Food shared pictures of the newly renovated Art & Soul.
- Greater Greater Washington and Housing Complex posted pictures of the proposed streetcar Car Barn.
- Half-smokes? Many Washingtonians will tell you fried whiting is the real DC dish, and The Washington Post explained why so many wait in lines outside of H Street’s Horace and Dickies for their fix.
- PoPville reported that it looks like the old Park Cafe has a new sign, Ninella, and according a member of Don Rockwell, a sign on the door says they will open today.
February 26th, 2013 by Claudia Holwill · 1 Comment · Capitol Hill
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