Publicity and Marketing Firm, The Aba Agency, confirms the reopening of restaurant American Eats Tavern. After the year-long Penn Quarter pop-ups, its reincarnation will be permanently at the Ritz-Carlton in Tyson’s Corner. The Aba Agency confirmed the opening of the restaurant Tuesday on Twitter. America Eats Tavern was originally in conjunction with the National Archives’ “What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?” exhibit.
From a Ritz-Carlton memo forwarded to Eater:
It gives me great pleasure to announce that José Andrés will be opening a new restaurant called “America Eats Tavern” in The Ritz-Carlton, Tyson’s Corner in the space formerly occupied by Entyse Bistro, Michel and Maestro. America Eats Tavern will serve Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner – and will offer Jose’s twist on American classics – with special emphasis on local and Virginia farms, wineries and resources. Jose…is thrilled to be able to continue his focus on both traditional and innovative dishes, using local ingredients.
The chef reports that the concept will be altered slight to appeal to ore to suburban diners. Celano Design Studio will design the restaurant, which is scheduled to open in November.