Let’s Do Lunch

Range by Bryan Voltaggio

Our bread basket came with a variety of tasty spreads.
Nico Dodd
Our bread basket came with a variety of tasty spreads.

For this issue’s lunch, we visited Range, Bryan Voltaggio’s latest, in the newly renovated Chevy Chase Pavilion. Under the pavilion’s large skylight, the restaurant is lit by a lot of natural light. We were interested in how the restaurant would look at night. The interior is decorated in palatial tans with modern opalescent soft leather seating and includes a sweet shop and a cookware shop. Diners have a full view of the kitchen, and bathrooms don’t disappoint.

As for the food, our favorites were the soup, tagliatelle. Everything we ordered had lots of savory flavors. Our dessert was a fluffy combination of chocolate and caramel corn with caramel ice cream.

The contemporary, casual vibe of the restaurant gels well with the small-plate concept. Diners can choose a few items to share, or stick to a pre-fixe menu. This is no place to be stiff. You’ve got to loosen your tie, share the dish you ordered and try something your table-mate ordered. Music was curated towards modern indie rock, with tracks from Band of Horses, Bloc Party and the Pixies among those we heard during our meal. Accordingly, serving staff are uniformly dressed in Converse Chuck Taylors.

Range is located at 5335 Wisconsin Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. 20015. Make a reservation at www.voltrange.com

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