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Authentic Mexican Grill Opens In Chantilly

Authentic Mexican Grill Opens In Chantilly

Café Rio Mexican Grill recently opened their sixth east coast location in Chantilly this week, which marks their 53rd U.S. location.

Cafe Rio's menu is inspired by the traditional cooking found in Northern Mexico, Southern Texas, and New Mexico with every tortilla handmade to order in front of each customer.

“We are grateful that our first five east coast locations have been welcomed by the local communities in both Virginia and Maryland. Chantilly is another community that we are excited to embrace and giveback,” comments Ben Craner, Chief Marketing Officer.

Can't beat this deal: The restaurant will offer Military Mondays granting a 25% discount to all active military and their families. 

Stop by and check it out! 

Popular Italian Eatery Debuts Food Truck Tomorrow

Popular Italian Eatery Debuts Food Truck Tomorrow

For one day only, Chef Mike Isabella will be taking his non-traditional Italian eatery, Graffiato, on wheels throughout D.C. on Wednesday.

With the help of the restaurant’s partner, CityEats, Isabella will be passing out sample bites prepared at Graffiato for all to try.

Chef Isabella also plans to test his fans knowledge of ingredients with a “ Challenge Your Palate” contest. Those who win the contest could score free lunch at Graffiato or autographed copies of Isabella’s cookbook set to release in September.

Known for its hand-rolled pastas, delicious artisanal pizzas, and my favorite roasted potato gnocchi, see where the Graffiato Food Truck plans to stop on Wednesday.

All-You-Can-Eat Oysters At Local Restaurant

All-You-Can-Eat Oysters At Local Restaurant

Looking for something delicious to do this weekend?

The Chef/Owners at the newly opened Pearl Dive Oyster Palace, and Black Jack restaurants located at 1612 14th Street, invite you to an All- You-Can-Eat oyster feast on Saturday, July 14.

For $65, guests can enjoy unlimited oysters along with two varieties of beer and sparking wine.

Black Jack will support local oyster farmers by featuring local oyster companies, Rappahannock River Oysters and Broadwater Oyster Company.

After the oysters are consumed, Black Jack will collect the shells, and put them back into the local Virginia waters. This will help create new oyster habitats, and conserve the current oyster population.

Tickets go on sale Saturday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the restaurant located on 14th Street in D.C.