Morning Rundown

by Andrew Ramonas May 11, 2016 at 9:25 am 0

Cranes at The Wharf

Capitol Riverfront BID Explains BYOB Ban — Trash problems and the rising cost of insurance for the Capitol Riverfront Business Improvement District’s Yards Park Concert Series led the organization to prohibit locals from bringing their own booze to the performances. [DCist]

Architects Lay Out Their Wharf Plans — Bisnow takes a look at the dozen architecture firms that are working on The Wharf in Southwest. [Bisnow]

Vintage Clothing Store to Pop Up at Union Market — Kaleidos, which sells vintage apparel and clothing from independent designers, is slated to have a pop-up shop at Union Market this weekend. [Washingtonian]

South Capitol Street Bridge Might Not Open Again for Ships — The South Capitol Street Bridge might never open again for a ship after Display Ship Barry passed by last weekend. [Greater Greater Washington]

Pineapple and Pearls on Barracks Row Gets Top Ranking From Post Food WriterWashington Post food writer Tom Sietsema called Pineapple and Pearls at 715 8th St. SE the best new restaurant in the D.C. area. [Washington Post]


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