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Austin Grill in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia – Getting Ready to Reopen?

Austin Grill Old Town Alexandria, Virginia

Austin Grill in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia closed its doors in December 2013 to do a quick ‘tequila inspired’ makeover. The remodel work included a renovated interior, new signage, wall-mounted exterior lights and new blue canvas awnings for the Tex-Mex grill (see them in the photo above).

According to Eater, the Tex-Mex Grill will reopen with not only a new look but also a new menu:

The restaurant’s new look will feature wood tones, more dramatic lighting, a graffiti-inspired mural, tequila bottle chandeliers and a bigger bar with a tequila tower. The menu will change as well, with new additions like a jambalaya, new cocktails (with new glassware to serve them in) and a more frequently updated drinks menu. The changes come just in time for the restaurant’s 25th anniversary.

As you can see in the photo above, the Austin grill is hiring. Click this link for more information on how to submit your resume.

Lee Hernly, Editor
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