Here is the link to this Washington Post Magazine article on Anxo Cidery and Uncle Chips Cookies:
By Ashley Rodriguez November 23
Due east of Shaw in the District sits a lesser-known community that seems poised to transform into another hot spot: Truxton Circle.
A small triangular neighborhood named for a roundabout demolished nearly 70 years ago, Truxton Circle is nestled within the borders of Florida Avenue and New Jersey Avenue NW, where the two thoroughfares meet Rhode Island and New York avenues. It is vastly residential, with tree-lined streets and picturesque rowhouses. And like the many other emerging pockets of Washington, the area has caught the eye of developers and house flippers.
Its proximity to Shaw, Bloomingdale and Eckington makes it an easy add-on to any day in the District.