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America Eats Tavern by José Andrés Coming to Georgetown

Renowned chef José Andrés whose American classics have been showcased at America Eats Tavern in Tysons Corner, will be relocating to Georgetown next year. The last day of service in Virginia will be December 23, 2016.

José and his culinary team, embracing local and regional flavors, offer a menu that highlight meats, oysters, wines, cheeses, blue crabs, beers, and other products from the Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania area. The restaurant is named for the Works Projects Administration's Federal Writers Project that was created during the Great Depression to provide work for unemployed professionals by sending them out to document America’s relationship with food.

“Georgetown is such a beautiful, historic part of D.C. and will make an amazing new home for America Eats Tavern,” according to Washington City Paper. “We are proud to open our first restaurant in this neighborhood.”