Lebanese Taverna is bringing its LEBTAV quick-service restaurant concept to Ballston.
The new eatery will be located in the former Taylor Gourmet space at the corner of Wilson Blvd and N. Quincy Street. Signs are now up on the doors and construction is well underway inside. Workers this morning were also removing the remaining “Taylor” lettering outside the front door.
There was no initial word on when LEBTAV might open in Ballston — the signs only say “opening soon.”
Arlington-based Lebanese Taverna has existing sit-down restaurants in Westover (5900 Washington Blvd) and Pentagon Row (1101 S. Joyce Street), as well as a market at 4400 Old Dominion Drive, across from the Lee Heights Shopping Center.
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