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Another Ray's Chapter 11 Filing; An Industry Pie-Toss

Plus, a new Cava Grill and The Source reopens.

Ray's the Steaks
Ray's the Steaks
Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

PENN QUARTER— The Source has reopened after a major renovation. They're still waiting on some permits to finish up some last construction details, even though the space is operational, according to a spokeswoman. Expect menu changes later in September such as a hot pot tasting menu. [EaterWire]

ARLINGTON— Washington Business Journal brings word of another Chapter 11 filing related to Michael Landrum's group of restaurants. Business entity MLRG Inc., which is listed as having Landrum as the president and being located at the Ray's the Steaks restaurant location, has filed for bankruptcy protection. Landrum's planned project at CityVista in D.C. also filed for Chapter 11 about two weeks ago. Landrum tells WBJ the move will not impact his existing restaurants and that he still plans to open in D.C.. [WBJ]

DUPONT CIRCLE— Yet another Cava Grill is in the works. This one's headed to 1220 Connecticut Ave. NW next spring. [EaterWire]

NAVY YARD— Osteria Morini has big plans for its annual Maialata pig roast, including a pie-toss fundraiser this year. Fans or foes of chefs like Scott Drewno and Kyle Bailey, as well as some yet-to-be-announced food writers, will get the chance to throw pies in the faces of the participants for money. The event is scheduled for Sept. 27; tickets will be on sale online. [EaterWire]

Osteria Morini

301 Water Street Southeast, , DC 20003 (202) 484-0660 Visit Website

Ray's The Steaks

2300 Wilson Boulevard, , VA 22201 (703) 841-7297 Visit Website

The Source by Wolfgang Puck

575 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, , DC 20565 (202) 637-6100 Visit Website