The Morning Metropolitan

GM is going to try adding a new daily feature to the Georgetown Metropolitan: a morning round up. We’ll see how it goes. Here’s the inaugural edition:

  • Over at DC Metrocentric they explore the historical firehouse on Wisconsin just south of M that how houses the Italian restaurant Paparazzi.
  • The Georgetowner interviews the manager of the new HSBC that sits where the old Japan Inn restaurant was.
  • Carol Joynt reports on the progress of her landlord’s efforts to sell the Nathan’s building. Oh and Chico’s closed apparently, thus defying GM’s theory that no matter where in the world you are, so too is Chico’s.
  • The Four Seasons built its own herb garden to supply the newish Bourbon Steak restaurant.
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