A regular roundup of interesting miscellany from our fellow neighborhood bloggers.
Southwest … The Little Quadrant That Could has an update on the status of development at Randall School at Half and I Streets. The site, formerly owned by the Corcoran and Monument Realty, is now being developed by a team from Telesis and Rubell.
Borderstan tells you how to get a behind the scenes look at the local restaurant industry starting this Sunday with ‘At Your Service,’ a series of stories told from insiders in the kitchen, bar and wine cellars.
Famous DC has helpful hints for how the invading tourists can be good guests (and the potential consequences for disobeying said hints).
Bloomingdale celebrates the lease recently signed for Grassroots Gourmet DC to bring its tasty wares to 104 Rhode Island, NW.
Georgetown Metropolitan shares details on the renovation of the plaza at Washington Harbor. Its to include a Vegas-style fountain in the warmer months and an ice rink in the winter (should we ever have one).