Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Bryan Voltaggio's restaurant now serves lunch as well as dinner, seven days a week, but reservations still are recommended for both meals.
Range isn't just a dinner destination anymore. Starting this week, Range—celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio's new restaurant, which opened in the Chevy Chase Pavilion last December—is open for lunch, too. Reservations still are recommended, and may be made online at www.voltrange.com or by calling Range at 202-803-8020, according to a restaurant news statement. The lunch menu is mostly the same as the dinner menu, with the addition of a burger and a $30 set-price lunch option, according to the restaurant. Range now is open Sundays through Thursdays, from 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., and Fridays and Saturdays, from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., at the newly renovated Chevy Chase Pavilion (5335 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, DC). Range's menu is meat-…
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Big White Barn Produce, a Frederick, Md.-based farm, will bring locally grown produce to Georgetown for 20 weeks starting this spring.
Though Steve Goertemiller once lived on Q Street NW just across the bridge from Georgetown, now he and his wife run a farm in Frederick, Md. This year Goertemiller is bringing a taste of his new home nearer to the taste of his old home by setting up a community supported agriculture (CSA) site in Georgetown. "We've always had inquiries about Georgetown and never really had a good place to do a [CSA] drop," Goertemiller told Patch. Until now. A friend of the couple recently returned to his 35th Street home after living out of town for a few years. He offered to let them use his front courtyard, just up the hill from Dixie Liquors, as a drop off location for their CSA, Big White Barn Produce, this season. So it's there that Goertemiller, …
Saturday, December 22, 2012
Feast your eyes on these photos of the food at Range, celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio's new restaurant in the Chevy Chase Pavilion.
Range—celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio's newest restaurant—opened on Dec. 18 in the newly renovated Chevy Chase Pavilion. Range's menu is meat-centric, offering menu items such as potted foie gras, rabbit, scrapple, pork shanks and cheeks, beef marrow bones, veal heart, veal sweetbreads and whole roasted rabbit, "hunter style." Shellfish options include oysters, shrimp, crabs and lobster. Fish dishes include rockfish and black cod with barbecued hazelnuts. Dishes are prepared in the restaurant's open kitchen. The restaurant also makes its own breads, pizzas, pastas and candies. Pizza chef Edan MacQuaid has worked in many well-known pizza kitchens in the Washington, DC, area. Read more about the restaurant and its extensive menu on Georgetown…
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Eater DC reports that the restaurant's pizza chef is Edan MacQuaid, who has made pizzas at Pizzeria Paradiso, 2Amys, Local 16, Graffiato, Pizzeria Orso, Red Rocks and Ardeo + Bardeo.
Range isn't all about meat. It's got good pizza covered, too. Eater DC reported that the restaurant's pizza chef is Edan MacQuaid, "who most recently made pies at Local 16 [1602 U St. NW, Washington, DC] and has worked in just about every popular pizza joint in town," Eater DC added. "An Eater writer spotted the cook at [Range] ... over the weekend and confirmed the move," Eater DC added. At Range, the pizza dough (like the other breads served at the restaurant) is made in-house, chefs told Chevy Chase Patch. Get daily and breaking news email updates from Georgetown Patch by signing up for newsletters here. MacQuaid was let go from Local 16 on Nov. 17, he told The Washington Post. He wanted to open a pizzeria on 14th St. NW, DC, but didn't…
Sunday, December 9, 2012
Celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio's new restaurant, Range, is sure to please meat lovers and vegetarians alike with its extensive menu and open kitchen.
Gourmands and meat lovers, rejoice. Range—celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio's newest restaurant—is set to open in the newly renovated Chevy Chase Pavilion Dec. 18. Range's menu is meat-centric, offering menu items such as potted foie gras, rabbit, scrapple, pork shanks and cheeks, beef marrow bones, veal heart, veal sweetbreads and whole roasted rabbit, "hunter style." Shellfish options include oysters, shrimp, crabs and lobster. Fish dishes include rockfish and black cod with barbecued hazelnuts. But the less adventurous needn't worry. The menu has some more familiar-sounding options, too, like beef steak, pork loin chop and roasted chicken with lemon, garlic and rosemary. Much of the meat is locally sourced and butchered at the restaurant, …
Sunday, October 21, 2012
Civil Lounge in the Chevy Chase Pavilion will feature cigars and spirits and will boast small plates from the kitch of Bryan Voltaggio's Range next door.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Civil Lounge in the Chevy Chase Pavilion will feature cigars and spirits, as well as small plates from the kitchen of Bryan Voltaggio's neighboring Range restaurant.
Update (Dec. 31, 2012): A press preview for the Civil Lounge is scheduled for Jan. 8. (Range opened on Dec. 18.) Stay tuned to Patch for updates on Civil Lounge's opening date. Original post (Oct. 17, 2012): Fans of celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio's cooking soon will have two places to go in Chevy Chase to sample his creations: Range and Civil Lounge—scheduled to open soon at the Chevy Chase Pavilion. Next to Range will be Civil Lounge, a "105-seat lounge [that] will offer beer, wine and a large selection of spirits," in addition to cigars. And, once Range has been "...open and into its first few months, Civil will be opening its dining options and Range will be included in providing small plates for the menu," a representative for …