Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan September 25, 2015 at 9:30 am 0

Public art on 8th Street SE

Rose’s Luxury Owner on How to Handle the Lines — Rose’s Luxury owner Aaron Silverman explained in an interview with Eater why the popular Barracks Row eatery doesn’t take reservations and offered tips for dealing with the wait. [Eater]

Garrison on Barracks Row Earns Rave Review — After failing to get a table at Rose’s Luxury, Washington Post restaurant critic Tom Sietsema went to the new nearby restaurant Garrison and discovered a new destination spot. [Washington Post]

Pope Francis Concludes D.C. Visit Without Major Traffic, Metro Woes — Despite doomsday predictions from some, traffic and Metro actually ran better than most days during the pope’s three-day visit, a Metropolitan Area Transportation Operations Coordination spokesman said. [Washington Post]

Capitol Hill Home Brewer Plans to Revive Pre-Prohibition Brewery Next Year — National Capital Brewing Co., which went out of business almost a century ago, is on its way back with high-quality craft beer back for the District, said Michael Webb, who is working to recreate the brewery. [Hill Now]


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