Mike Isabella is opening a large dining operation at Tysons Galleria. It's another example of high-profile chefs opening up shop in the suburbs.

Mike Isabella is opening a large dining operation at Tysons Galleria. It's another example of high-profile chefs opening up shop in the suburbs.

Washington City Paper reported that chefs were opening new projects farther away from the city. What does it mean for the suburbs to get more fine-dining options, and how what does it say about the evolution of neighborhoods in our region? Kojo explores what geographic diversity means for our region’s restaurant choices.

Guests

  • Laura Hayes Food Editor, Washington City Paper; @LauraHayesDC
  • Erik Bergman Director of Operations, Neighborhood Restaurant Group

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