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Chef Johnny Spero, bringing Reverie to Georgetown


3210 Grace Street, NW

Reverie’s liquor license placard says:

“New Restaurant with upscale casual modern American food. Summer Garden with 30 seats. Total Occupancy Load is 64.”

This is the same building home to:

From a description of an early preview dinner:

Chef Johnny Spero began his culinary career at the age of 16 in Baltimore County. For the past 10 years he has been living and working in Washington D.C., most recently during his tenure as Head Chef at Jose Andres’ Minibar the restaurant earned a perfect four-star review from The Washington Post.

Currently Johnny is building his new restaurant in Georgetown called Reverie. It will offer an a la carte menu as well as a 6 course tasting menu. Reverie is inspired by Spero’s travels and working abroad, offering a casual fine dining experience in an approachable and fun atmosphere.”

Stay tuned:

@reverie_restaurant

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