Made up of eight distinct eateries, a cocktail bar and a private dining space, Isabella Eatery will spread out over the 41,000-square-foot dining complex. Graffiato, Yona and Pepita will be among the existing MIC favorites to be joined by brand-new concepts such as a gourmet coffee shop and a classic ice cream parlor. Isabella Eatery’s individual restaurant spaces will offer a mix of dine-in, carryout and specialty retail items. The food emporium will include a common dining area with unified table service for several of the concepts in addition to a handful of dedicated areas and one enclosed, private dining room.
The first Spanish concept from MIC will showcase classic and contemporary snacks and large-format dishes.
Our flagship Italian restaurant comes to Tysons Galleria with a selection of Graffiato favorites, along with a new list of paninis and a thick-crust style of pizza that is a cross between traditional Sicilian and focaccia pizza.
This marketplace will offer house-made Greek staples and spit-roasted meat for take-home dining only. Greek spreads and specialty items like taramasalata, melitzanosalata, dolmades, salads and phyllo pies, will be wrapped and available to-go, along with lamb, pork, and chicken sold by the pound.
The first coffee shop from MIC will feature beans from artisan roasters in a casual, lounge-like environment. Non-Fiction will also serve sandwiches, soups, salads, pastries, and fresh juices.
Located near the center of the dining area, Octagon Bar will overhang the mall’s lower level and serve an extensive list of prohibition-style classic cocktails.
A sister to the original cantina in Arlington, Va., Pepita will serve Mexican dishes like tacos, nachos, and quesadillas. The full-service bar will also offer a small Mexican beer selection, classic and frozen margaritas.
REQUIN OYSTERS & CHAMPAGNE
This French-inspired raw bar will serve a variety of oysters, seafood cocktails and crab cakes along with a selection of Champagnes and white wines. Caviar and cured fish will also be available for retail purchase.
This creamery will be a modern take on ice cream parlors and soda shops of the 1950s. Think egg creams, floats and ice cream available by the scoop in brightly lit display cases. Ice cream will also be sold in pre-packed cartons.
A sister to the original location in Arlington, Va., this Japanese spot will focus on quick and easy meals, with a menu highlighted by sushi and poke bowls.