The locally owned Italian restaurant at 1429 North Point Village Center changed names a few months ago. Tuesday night owner Greg Kahn will host a party to celebrate the e-branding.
Why the name change? Management says this location of Mamma Lucia has been locally owned for four years and in not affiliated with other Mama Lucias in the area. Kahn recently opened an additional Gregorio’s Trattoria in Potomac, so the Reston spot will be part of the new brand.
Gregorio’s also has new chef, who will be creating some new dishes such as braised boneless short ribs and roasted rosemary chicken and classics such as homemade pizza.
The grand reopening begins tuesday at 5 p.m. with free cannoli for all customers. The first 50 customers who complete a survey card will receive a Gregorio’s Trattoria T-shirts and be automatically entered into our monthly raffle for a Free Dinner for Two worth $70.
Photo courtesy of Gregorio’s Trattoria.
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