The owner-operators of Equinox, one of D.C.’s outstanding fine-dining restaurants, are planning to open a cafe and coffee shop inside the soon-to-open Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., the Washingtonian reports.
Dubbed Manna, the cafe will be set up cafeteria-style, with the stations each offering a different Israeli-Mediterranean street food. The concept will feature vegetarian dishes, but with rotisserie-cooked leg of lamb and fish on the menu as well.
Upstairs, the coffee shop—called Milk and Honey—will offer traditional coffee-based drinks, as well as grab-and-go sandwiches, salads, hummus with pita chips and soft-serve yogurt.
Todd Gray and Ellen Kassoff Gray, the duo behind Equinox, plan to have their new concepts open by the time the museum opens in the fall of 2017.
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