Morning Rundown

by Andrew Ramonas May 13, 2016 at 9:30 am 0

H Street NE

Bullfrog Bagels Aren’t Coming to Trump Hotel — H Street corridor bagel purveyor Bullfrog Bagels won’t sell its food at the Trump International Hotel. Bullfrog Bagels owner Jeremiah Cohen called an Instagram post that said the hotel would serve the bagels “bulls–t.” [Washington City Paper]

H Street Corridor Bar Dog Gets in Trouble, Again — Another woman is suing Jimmy Valentine’s Lonely Hearts Club and Little Miss Whiskey’s Golden Dollar owner Mark Thorp over his doberman, Vaughn, claiming the canine attacked her. [Washington City Paper]

Parking Meters to Cost More Next Month — Parking meters will cost $2.30 per hour beginning June 1. [Hill Rag]

Beer Garden to Open Near Union Market — A “very natural beer garden and community space,” called Neal Place Tap and Garden, is slated to come to an empty lot at Neal Street and Fourth Place NE on May 27, owner Gina Chersevani said. [Washington Post]


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