So, it is going away, during the construction period, just not permanently.
So why are there lines of people across the street for that business (which used to have no real lines) and not for B&O (which used to have lines outside) ... when I drive by on a Saturday or Sunday?
Do you mean Glos? There are always lines there because they have like 5 tables inside. Also, if you're standing in line outside, they'll give you a cup of coffee for your trouble.
We all finally agree that the block is anistoric, and they don't pull it down.
There's gonna be a new restaurant behind Glos pretty soon. But it's still a secret.
Wow... could the flatlining economy ultimately save Capitol Hill and our other neighborhoods from gentrification?
For a while, at least.
Sure, the coming (already here?) "U shaped" recession will prevent a lot of gentrification. But lots of us will be out of work and moving back in with our parents anyway, so we'll probably still put B&O out of business :-)
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