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Looks like the bar and restaurant explosion in the 14th and U streets NW area won't be slowing down anytime soon.The Alcoholic Beverage Control Board voted unanimously this afternoon against a proposed liquor license moratorium that would have capped the number of alcohol-serving establishments within a circular 1,800-square-foot area. The proposed moratorium is the second […]
There wasn’t an empty seat in the Thurgood Marshall Center two weeks ago, as more than 100 people crowded in the gym-turned-public hearing room. Rarely do neighborhood meetings draw even half as many people. But nothing gets residents riled up like alcohol. The evening’s topic, which had brought together leaders from the U Street, Logan […]
Opponents of a proposed liquor license moratorium in the area around 14th and U streets NW outnumbered supporters about six to one at a neighborhood meeting last night. More than 100 people crowded in the Thurgood Marshall Center to voice their concerns in front of leaders from the U Street, Logan Circle, and Dupont Circle […]