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Bub and Pop's Debuts Breakfast, Blind Dog Cafe Closing, More Intel

Mini news bites for the morning.

Boundary Stone
Boundary Stone
Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Bub's for breakfast

Breakfast kicks off at Bub and Pop's this morning. This means breakfast sandwiches, coffee, tea and hot chocolate from 8-11 a.m.

Bagel battle

Jeremiah Cohen of Bullfrog Bagels is applying for a liquor license for his upcoming brick and mortar restaurant, and sounds like talks with the neighborhood are striking a combative tone. Capitol Hill Corner quotes Cohen, who said that if his license isn't granted he could "bring a Sysco truck into the alley at 7:01 every day and leave it idling while we unload - it will drive you guys crazy....I'll hire trucks you hate that will result in pollution, noise and traffic jams. I'm offering not to do any of that by bringing a small vehicle into the alley early in the morning. I've made an incredible offer - no Sysco truck - a quiet truck - no vendors in the alley - this is an amazing offer.'" [CHC]


Blind Dog Cafe's semi-permanent pop-up is closing, and the space will instead host a rotating pop-up featuring Union Kitchen concepts. First up, a Timber Pizza pop-up (though the cafe's popular cookies and coffee will still be sold). [Express]

Temporary shutter

Bloomingdale, try to remain calm. Boundary Stone will be closed this week Monday-Wednesday for some construction related to its expansion. They'll reopen Thursday and the new look is slated to debut Dec. 17.