Washingtonian.com reported on Tuesday that Michael Landrum of Ray’s the Steaks fame will open a coffee and sandwich shop at CityVista. No opening date has been announced.
Ryse is the name of Landrum’s newest venture. Here is what he said on Todd Kliman’s weekly food chat:
“Not only can I confirm that we signed a lease at City Vista, but we actually — believe it or not — have already begun construction on an urban bakeshop/cafe called Ryse, which is built to extend the impact that Ray’s the Steaks in East River has had in that community. It will be a modern streamlined mainstream coffeeshop with salads, fresh-made sandwiches, and possibly frozen yogurt.”
In addition to Ray’s the Steaks and Obama-favorite Ray’s Hell Burger, Landrum has opened Ray’s the Steaks at East River and Ray’s Hell Burger Too in Arlington. Ryse will join an impressive roster of restaurants already operating on the ground floor of CityVista, including Kushi, Taylor Gourmet and Busboys and Poets.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/rays_the_steaks_owner_brings_ryse_to_cityvista/2637.
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