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Report: D.C. Peruvian restaurant will expand to Reston Town Center

The retail-office building at 1875 Explorer St. (via Google Maps)

Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar, a Peruvian restaurant with locations by Miami and in D.C., is looking to expand to Reston.

The Washington Business Journal reported the news last Friday (March 4), saying it’s slated to open at 1875 Explorer Street, where Vapiano was located until it closed suddenly in 2019 after facing allegations of money laundering.

A manager at the D.C. restaurant declined to comment. An employee there said because the new location isn’t open yet, the business couldn’t comment. Its corporate office didn’t immediately respond.

The restaurant’s menu features dishes from Peruvian chicken stew to seared salmon, sangrias and Madrid beer, desserts such as Peruvian cookies and more.

A public relations representative for Boston Properties didn’t immediately respond.

Photo via Google Maps

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