Graffiato, Retro Creamery and Non-Fiction Coffee are Now Open at Isabella Eatery. Arroz, Kapnos Marketa, Octagon Bar, Pepita, Requin and Yona will be opening later this December.
Isabella Eatery is an unprecedented new dining experience created by award-winning D.C. chef and restaurateur Mike Isabella. The 41,000-square-foot food emporium will feature eight distinctive eateries, including variations on established brands as well as several new concepts, and a cocktail bar.
The Eatery will feature variations of five popular restaurants by Mike Isabella Concepts (MIC) alongside four brand new concepts and a Prohibition-era cocktail bar:
Tapas, paella and cured meats
Italian restaurant with a selection of Graffiato favorites, along with paninis and thick-crust pizza
Greek staples and spit-roasted meat
Coffee shop featuring beans from artisan roasters, as well as sandwiches, soups, salads, pastries, and fresh juices
Prohibition-era classic cocktails
Tacos, nachos, and quesadillas, as well as Mexican beer and classic and frozen margaritas
Oysters, seafood cocktails and crabcakes, along with a selection of Champagnes and white wines
Egg creams, floats and ice cream by the scoop
Mediterranean small plates and grill favorites
Japanese noodles and small plates including ramen, poke and onigiripg
Congratulations to Chef Isabella, who was named Restaurateur of the Year at the 34th Annual RAMMY Awards Gala on June 12. Presented by the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW), the gala honors the exceptional ability and accomplishments of the the region’s restaurants and foodservice community.
Isabella Eatery is more than just a dining destination for shoppers, it's an elegant and inviting space to meet for a drink, a meal or a quick bite.
In addition to existing MIC favorites like Graffiato, Yona and Pepita, guests will experience brand-new concepts ranging from MIC's first Spanish restaurant to a gourmet coffee shop, classic ice cream parlor and more.
Offering a mix of dine-in, carryout and specialty retail items, these individual restaurant spaces are joined by a centralized bar featuring an extensive list of Prohibition-era cocktails.