A key differentiator from conventional food halls, this 120-seat common area offers guests full-service dining with a consolidated menu of signature items from Arroz, Octagon Bar, Pepita, Requin Oysters & Champagne and Yona.
Our flagship Italian restaurant comes to Tysons Galleria with a selection of sharable plates, antipasti boards, handmade pastas and focaccia pizzas. Reservations are accepted in the full-service dining area, while a takeout window makes for easy grab-and-go eating.
This Greek marketplace and gyro shop serves spit-roasted meats by the pound, as well as house-made spreads and other specialty items packaged for takeout. Retail goods include Kapnos-branded wine and Mike Isabella Concepts saison from 3 Stars Brewing Company.
The first coffee shop from MIC features beans from artisan roasters, pour-over coffees, specialty espresso beverages, a selection of teas, co-branded Jrink juices and boozy brunch drinks in a casual, lounge-like environment. Food offerings include warm focaccia paninis, salads, acai and chia puddings, quiche, toasts and pastries, all made in-house.
Perched on a walkway that connects the two wings of Isabella Eatery, Octagon Bar overhangs the galleria’s lower levels and serves an extensive list of prohibition-style classic cocktails with a a selection of dishes curated from the Dining Hall concepts, including a full raw bar and steaks.
Like its sister in Arlington, Va., this cantina serves Mexican staples like tacos, nachos, quesadillas and burritos. The full-service bar also offers a small Mexican beer selection, a robust lineup of tequila, classic and frozen margaritas.
Oysters, seafood cocktails, crudos and tartares anchor the menu at Isabella Eatery’s raw bar, which also features cooked coastal favorites like mussels, crab cakes and lobster rolls, as well as a selection of champagne and white wines. Caviar and cured fish are available for retail purchase.
This creamery is a modern take on ice cream parlors and soda shops of the 1950s. Think: ice cream available by the scoop in brightly lit display cases (also sold in pre-packed cartons), creative sundaes, banana splits and ice cream sandwiches. Egg creams, shakes and floats also allow for simple sipping while strolling through the eatery.
A departure from the ramen-centric menu at its original Arlington, Va. location, the next iteration of Yona focuses on sushi, sashimi, poke bowls and other Japanese small plates served alongside sake.