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Bryan Voltaggio Closes Aggio Inside Range

Plus, Range might start brewing its own beer.

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R. Lopez

Bryan Voltaggio confirms Aggio, the Italian restaurant inside Range in Chevy Chase, has closedAccording to the Washington Post, he wants to free the space for pop-ups or private events now that the Italian concept has a permanent home in Baltimore.

Voltaggio says he never expected it to stay inside Range permanently. Aggio opened in February 2014 before expanding to a second location in Baltimore a few months later.

There are several more changes afoot at Range. Chef de cuisine Mattie McGhee recently left the restaurant, and Jeremy Waybridge of Boss Shepherds was hired as a replacement. Range also applied for a brewery addendum to its liquor license, so the restaurant might start serving their own brewed beer by next year.

Voltaggio and his brother Michael are also currently readying to open a steakhouse inside the MGM Casino at National Harbor.

Aggio

5335 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington DC, D.C. 20015

Range

1119 West Webster Avenue, , IL 60614 (773) 549-5747 Visit Website

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