The restaurant, which pairs Jewish and African cuisines, plans to open at 1719-1721 E. Franklin St. in the next few weeks.
The latest phase of the law firm’s bankruptcy has become a case of lawyers suing lawyers.
While its athletics department has been busy piecing together land near The Diamond, the university has snapped up some additional real estate near Monroe Park.
Fresh off her victorious stint on a Food Network competition, Rabia Kamara, co-owner of Ruby Scoops on Brookland Park Boulevard, is opening Suzy Sno, a shaved ice shop at 317 N. Second St.
For a third consecutive month, the priciest home sales in the region were led by two deals that topped the $2 million mark — though this time both were below asking price.