Paulie’s, an Italian restaurant thought from the creators of The Wine Kitchen, is getting reimagined and relocating to a new location. It will debut this summer as Paulie’s Italian Kitchen at ChefScape in Leesburg.
Audience might recall that back again all through the height of the pandemic, there was a hurry on “ghost kitchens.” Present dining places were being launching new delivery-only food items brands from their existing kitchens as a way to improve gains at a time when dining rooms ended up virtually vacant.
The Wine Kitchen, a longtime staple of the downtown Leesburg eating scene, debuted Paulie’s Italian Restaurant as a ghost kitchen area idea in November 2020.
Now comes term that Paulie’s is building a comeback with a new title, a new site and — in our belief — a excellent new emblem that includes a cartoon mustachioed gentleman offering the brand’s new, handmade pasta.
Paulie’s Italian Kitchen area is environment up store in the ChefScape food items incubator space at the Village at Leesburg and will have a location in the miniature food hall at ChefScape. The new thought is expected to debut in July.
The new Paulie’s menu is nevertheless to be exposed, but we know it will concentrate on classic crimson sauce dishes common to Italian-American familes almost everywhere.
Aside from the new spot at ChefScape, Paulie’s is also likely to unveil a cell pasta cart that can be taken to situations and areas all-around Northern Virginia. Paulie’s has refurbished a classic Italian piaggio wagon and turned it into a pasta producing equipment.