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Inside Range, Bryan Voltaggio's Mammoth DC Restaurant

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Range, Washington, DC.
Range, Washington, DC.
Photo: R. Lopez/Eater DC

Behold chef Bryan Voltaggio's glass-enclosed, 14,000-square-foot Washington, DC restaurant Range, a mammoth undertaking that boasts an in-house bakery, butcher, chocolate shop, raw bar, wood-burning pizza oven, wood grill and more. Eater DC has all the details on Range, which is Voltaggio's very first restaurant in Washington, DC — the Maryland native also owns three restaurants in the nearby Frederick, MD: the upscale Volt, his new diner Family Meal, and the casual Lunchbox.

The former Top Chef contestant's new restaurant opens to the public tonight after three reservation-only preview nights. Wild about anything and everything Voltaggio? Stay tuned this week for more on what exactly went down on the first night of Range's preview period.

In the meantime, head over to Eater DC for photos and tons more intel. >>>

Range

5335 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC

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