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.
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]
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.