The COVID-19 pandemic is prompting a new international food hall to slowly phase out its offerings over the course of the next few months.
Spice Village, which will be located 2501 Centreville Road in the Village Center at Dulles, will kick off its soft opening on Friday, Dec. 4.
The food hall will kick off with its four-cuisine menu of Peri Peri Original first, followed by Chinese cuisine.
The Khyber Shinwari and Kallisto Steakhouse will be the last to due debut at Spice Village. The owner anticipates the full menu to kick off in six to ten weeks.
“We hope that this approach will help us weather this peak COVID-19 situation and assist us in mitigating all of our health and safety risk[s],” the team wrote in a social media statement.
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