The American-Italian restaurant will open at 2400 Wisconsin Ave. NW.
Arcuri, a new American-Italian restaurant coming to Glover Park, hopes to open by June 4 or 5 at 2400 Wisconsin Ave. NW, the former home of Kavanagh's Pizza Pub. Kavanagh's closed Jan. 31 and Arcuri started its lease Feb. 1. The new restaurant recently posted several jobs on Craigslist, including servers, busboys, line cooks, hosts and more. Though the menu is still being finalized, in its draft for it features a large selection of pizzas, entrees like a wood-fired pork chop and starters ranging from cheeses to misticanza with duck prosciutto, sicilian pinenuts and dressing. Read: Arcuri Aims for April Opening in Glover Park
The American-Italian restaurant takes over the Kavanagh's Pizza Pub space.
The restaurant takes over the space being vacated by Kavanagh's Pizza Pub.
Arcuri, a casual Italian-American restaurant, will fill the space that was Kavanagh's Pizza Pub at 2400 Wisconsin Ave. NW and hopes to open in April. Kavanagh's closed Jan. 31 and Arcuri started its lease Feb. 1. The new restaurant will feature a menu of wood fired brick oven pizzas, antipasti, pasta and seasonal dishes, according to a press release. The concept comes from We are 4 partners, LLC., made up of, you guessed it, four local guys partnering to start their own business. The restaurant's namesake is Rosario Antonio Arcuri, the Italian-born greatgrandfather of Vice Managing Partner Bryce Gerlach, according to the press release. Here's more on the partners behind the new restaurant: "Adam Hiltebeitel was born at Sibley Hospital and…