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Art Smith's Food Could Show Up at Local Airports

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

It's already known that Art Smith is interested in bringing his Lyfe Kitchen here. But in an interview with Washingtonian, the Art & Soul chef shares some of his other ideas for the D.C. market: namely, airport restaurants and a ham bar. From the article:

I'm looking at doing some stuff at the airports—at Dulles and Reagan —and I'm also interested in a very successful concept we have in Atlanta. It's an artisanal ham bar that we're interested in bringing to the city. I'd like to see it in the Georgetown area. I like Washington a lot, and I think we could do a lot of expansion here.

Smith says the airport restaurants would be fast-casual and healthy, and that he's already started working on the concept. The restaurants could show up in airports in the next year or two.
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