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Chef Shuffles at Volt; PS7's Goes Dark For Now

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

FREDERICK— Chef shuffles at Volt: A rep sends word that Bryan Voltaggio's Frederick restaurant has some major staff promotions. The new chef de cuisine is Graeme Ritchie (who previously worked at David Burke & Donatella in New York; he also used to work at Charlie Palmer in DC). His wife, Johna Ritchie is now general manager. Meanwhile, Frederick-area native T.J. Whitman, who once worked at Sepia in Chicago, is the new sommelier.

PENN QUARTER— Activity has stopped at PS7's in Penn Quarter. Young & Hungry snapped a photo of a sign that says the restaurant is "closed for administrative duties" and notes that it is no longer on OpenTable. [WCP]

H STREET— One of the finalists in the ThinkLocalFirst StartUp Kitchen competition, Chaya, will host a pop-up restaurant this Saturday at HR-57. The lunch, which features sustainable tacos and live music, is $20. Tickets are here. The event starts at 1 p.m. [EaterWire]


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