Whiskey & Oyster, a 4,400-square-foot combination restaurant/bar/raw bar, is coming to Alexandria, reports Washington Business Journal. This new spot (which will sit at 333 John Carlyle St.) will focus — no surprise here — seafood. The WBJ article says to expect a raw bar offering at least six types of oysters and some kind of seafood tower, in addition to whatever seafood dishes the not-yet-named chef comes up with. It's an effort from the Homegrown Restaurant Group, the brains behind other NorVa spots Sweet Fire Donna's, Holy Cow and Pork Barrel BBQ.
Another Seafood Restaurant Coming, This Time to Alexandria
From the owners of Pork Barrel.
by Alison Baitz