Tasting Table enjoyed Taylor's new roast beef sandwiches.
Tom Sietsema included Ethiopic in the Washington Post's fall dining guide.
The Washingtonian's Best of Captiol Hill article, including H Street favorites, Granville Moore's, Liberty Tree, Ethiopic, Taylor Gourmet, and Dangerously Delicious Pies is now available online.
CHAMPS launched a great Buy Local Capitol Hill campaign with discounts from several or your favorite H Street businesses as well as others to the south on Capitol Hill.
Boogies Babes announced a happy hour tonight with Mr. Knick Knack at Toyland (421 H St) starting at 5 p.m. Next Monday, October 25, they'll have Mr. Skip at SOVA (1359 H St), at 10:30 a.m.
Red Palace announced a slight delay in reopening. The bars at the Palace of Wonders and Red and the Black remain open with sideshows and beers (and without long lines) in the interim.
ANC6A opted to protest the renewal of the liquor license for Twelve Nightclub & Lounge.
The Wall Street Journal touted Councilmember Tommy Wells' bag tag as model legislation for the extent to which it has affected peoples' willingness to use plastic bags. The bill has generated less revenue through the $.05 fee than expected, but this is because more people have passed on bags than anticipated and the bill has thus been more effective than hoped because the goal was to reduce the use of plastic bags and the subsequent litter problems that plagued our rivers.
Ward 6 Dems announced a forum with Council Chair-to-be Kwame Brown tonight from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. at the Southeast Branch Public Library, 403 7th Street, SE. HSGS is a cosponsor of this event.