Delayed Opening for Voltaggio's Range Restaurant
The restaurant will open later than originally planned in the Chevy Chase Pavilion, "Bethesda Magazine" reports.
Fans of celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio will have to wait a little longer to dine at Range, his Chevy Chase restaurant in the works, Bethesda Magazine reported.
The restaurant was originally scheduled to open in mid-September, but that date has been pushed back to mid-November, Voltaggio’s publicist Melissa McCart told Bethesda Magazine.
Bethesda Magazine's Carole Sugarman hinted that construction delays may be the reason. But, "[come] the pre-Thanksgiving holiday season, however, all the shops will launch simultaneously with a series of opening events," McCart told Bethesda Magazine.
Range will have nearly 275 seats, and will cost $10 million to prepare. It will include an open kitchen, a wine store, coffee and raw bars, a bakery and giant rotisserie ovens, Bethesda Magazine reported last spring.
The Chevy Chase Pavilion is currently undergoing a $32-million renovation, according to a statement from Clarion Partners, LLC, owner of the building, which is located in Washington, DC, on the Maryland-DC border, at the corner of Wisconsin and Western avenues and Military Road NW.
Other new businesses to open in the Chevy Chase Pavilion include H&M and The Civil Lounge, a cigar lounge that will serve small plates provided by Range, according to a press release from Clarion Partners.