Spiral Stairs Posted January 18, 2006 Share Posted January 18, 2006 Whoa. Cool. Chef Cathal and Meshelle Armstrong , owners of the fashion-conscious Restaurant Eve (110 S. Pitt St., Alexandria; 703-706-0450), are preparing to welcome a new addition to their family: Eamonn's/A Dublin Chipper , which they hope to open (a lease is all but signed) in Old Town in the next three to six months, according to Cathal Armstrong. Eve was named for the couple's 6-year-old daughter; Eamonn's was inspired by their 3-year-old son. If all goes according to plan, the casual, two-level restaurant -- "the extreme opposite of Eve," says Meshelle -- is expected to replace Scotland Yard (728 King St.) and will feature fish and chips in a small dining room downstairs, and maybe even poker games in an upstairs bar. Why open another place to eat? The Irish-born chef suggests it has something to do with his younger child: "restaurant envy." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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