Weekly News Wrap: Eataly Reps Confirm that a DC Location is Expected to Happen

By Rina Rapuano  |  May 2, 2014

Some of the week’s big restaurant news stories:

- Eataly Announces Expansion Plans for NYC, DC, Philadelphia and LA (Eater National): Eataly reps confirm that DC is part of their expansion plans, but no definite word yet on when or where

- The Last Marvelous Market Closes Today (Washington City Paper) - Wednesday marked the end of an era with the closing of the last Marvelous Market in DC

- Palena's Closing Night: A Class Act Takes a Final Bow (Zagat DC) - Another DC institution closed this week, and we were there for the final night

- The 10 Tacos You Must Try in DC (Zagat DC): In preparation for Cinco de Mayo, we revisited some of our favorite taco spots

- Victor Albisu Plans for a Mexican Street-Food Restaurant (Washingtonian): The Del Campo and Taco Bamba chef-owner is competing to win funds to open the concept in Ballston

- Mintwood Place team to open restaurant in Shaw (Washington Post): The City Market at O restaurant is still unnamed but will serve American fare with a French twist

- Bryan Voltaggio to open a second Family Meal, in Ashburn (Washington Post): Superstar chef Bryan Voltaggio plans to expand his family-friendly Frederick restaurant into Virginia