abb
2414 Wisconsin Ave, NW

Thanks to a reader for sending. You can see the All About Burger Menu here. Back in April the Washington Business Journal reported:

“Peter Tabibian, founder of the quirky Z-burger chain of restaurants, keeps the rights to use the brand name going forward, per a legal settlement with his former business partners.

In addition, Tabibian will also retain two of the burger chain’s original six restaurants: the first-ever Z-Burger in Tenleytown and the Columbia Heights location. Four others — in Clarendon, Glover Park, Southwest Waterfront and White Marsh — will continue to be owned by his former partners, Mohammad and Ebrahim Esfahani, but they will be rebranded in the next 60 days.”

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This rental is located at 2320 Wisconsin Ave, NW. The listing says:

“Great apartment in the Sheffield in Glover Park. Sun filled, spacious upper floor one-bedroom apartment with balcony overlooking Wisconsin Avenue and the Naval Observatory. Working wood fireplace! Hardwood floors, plenty of closets including a walk in master closet.

Elevator building with roofdeck and patio. Washer / dryer in unit, full kitchen with large pantry. Spa style bathroom. Decorated by designer and well appointed.

Super convenient location with Whole Foods, CVS, gym, restaurants, Starbucks all on the same block! Easy access to Georgetown, American University, downtown DC, Dupont Circle. Walk score 89.

Parking and extra storage in building available for additional cost.

Minimum 1 year lease.”

2320 Wisconsin Ave NW

You can see more photos here.

This 765 square foot 1 bed/1 bath is going for $2,275/Mo.

cassolare
2505 Wisconsin Ave, NW

From a press release:

“Award-winning chef Michael Schlow announces the opening of his fourth area restaurant, on July 11, Casolare, located in the newly opened Kimpton Glover Park Hotel. Casolare is a rustic meets contemporary neighborhood restaurant offering authentic coastal Italian fare. Schlow and his team have created a menu of Italian dishes, gleaned from home cooks throughout travels to both Southern and Northern regions of coastal Italy, ranging from antipasti, wood stone-fired pizzas and a wide selection of seafood.

After receiving high praise for his cooking at The Riggsby, Schlow tapped Chef Philippe Reininger to oversee the kitchen at Casolare, where he will offer seasonal preparations of staples like maltagliati with local crab, chiles, and green onions; and porchetta with orange zest, broccoli rabe, and fennel pollen. Lighter dishes such as a seafood salad “Capri style,” a crudo of the day, and swordfish with spicy eggplant caponata and salsa verde will balance out heartier dishes and wood-fired pizzas. In addition to dinner, the restaurant will serve lunch and breakfast, and the latter will offer pressed juices, smoothies, and wholesome options such as an organic brown rice bowl with poached eggs, avocado, radish, bacon, and tiny tomatoes. (more…)

mural
2505 Wisconsin Avenue, NW

I almost missed this massive news when I headed to the beach last weekend:

“Award-winning chef Michael Schlow, owner and operator of TICO on DC’s 14th Street corridor, The Riggsby in the Carlyle Hotel – Dupont Circle, and the recently opened Alta Strada and Conosci in Mt. Vernon Triangle, will open Casolare, a restaurant in the newly renovated Glover Park Hotel. The coastal Italian restaurant, designed by Brian Miller of Edit Lab at Streetsense, is set to open in July 2016.

Casolare’s cuisine will bring coastal Italian fare to Glover Park with food from the regions of Amalfi, Sardinia, Puglia, Cinque Terre and Livorno. A vast majority of the cuisines represented are from the south of Italy, and the menu will offer antipasti, wood stone-fired pizzas and a wide selection of seafood. Many of the dishes are adaptations of what Schlow learned from home cooks throughout his travels to Italy and will feature traditional favorites such as eggplant parmigiano, as well as a Sardinian rigatoni tossed with white beans, diced soppressata, black olives, tomatoes and chilies and a traditional ravioli from Puglia stuffed with potato, mint and pecorino. (more…)

2720 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest

This rental is located at 2720 Wisconsin Avenue, Northwest. The listing says:

“Lovely 1BR unit in Glover Pk close to shops, dining, National Cathedral, AU, & Georgetown. Building features a roof deck w/ the most awesome views in DC! Unit has been repainted & parquet floors have been refinished. Tons of closet space. Easy access via Metro bus to downtown, Georgetown, Tenley & Friendship Hts. Easy on-street parking. Great boutique building,”

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You can see more photos of the view here.

This 700 sq/ft 1 bed/1 bath is going for $1,600/Mo.

flowers
Photo by PoPville flickr user Erin

From the MPD-2D Listserv:

“Greeting to the citizens of the Second District,

The person responsible for the theft of flowers in the Second District was arrested on Friday, May 6, 2016. This was an example of the community and law enforcement officers sharing information and being on the lookout for the alleged suspect.

Recap:

A few days ago, emails were sent to the community regarding a person who for years had stolen flowers from private yards and on public space. On Friday, May 6th, 2016, around the evening hours, a Georgetown Resident observed the individual in the Glover Park area and called the police dispatcher. Members of the Second District and Uniform Secret Services Division responded to the location and arrested the flower man for an outstanding warrant. Since this is an ongoing investigation there will be no other details provided at this time. (more…)

glover
Photo by Jamie Fuller

Jamie tweets us the scene just after 8am:

“police activity after stabbing and building evac @39th and tunlaw nw”

MPD tweeted:

Homicide investigation continues in 4000 b/o Tunlaw Rd. Appears to be domestic in nature and POI has been detained”

Update from MPD:

“Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Homicide Branch are investigating a fatal stabbing that occurred in the 4000 block of Tunlaw Road, Northwest on Friday, April 22, 2016.

At approximately 6:09 am, members of the Second District responded to calls for a suspicious package. While on the scene, members responded to the reporting person’s apartment where they located an adult female, unconscious and suffering from apparent stab wounds. The victim was transported to an area hospital where all lifesaving efforts failed and was pronounced.

The decedent has not been identified at this time as it is still pending notification of next-of-kin.

On Friday, April 22, 2016, members of the Homicide Branch arrested 59-year-old Charles Elvis Sykes of Northwest, DC. He is being charged with Second Degree Murder while Armed.”