The restaurant group behind D.C.’s chain of Circa bistros designed El Bebe to be the type of place its employees wanted to grab a drink after work. El Bebe opened in February 2019 with a show-stopping collection of graffiti art from Miami and mezcal cocktails that smoke with dry ice. A deep selection of appetizers, dips, and fusion tacos make it a nice fit for a pregame pit stop.
The Boro, a mixed-use development in Tysons, has two new dining options with the openings of Circa and Él Bebe Monday.
Metropolitan Hospitality Group believes it has the right pair of offerings for the mixed-use development.
A new vibrant tequila bar and restaurant, Èl Bebe, has officially opened at The Boro in Tysons Corner. This new concept boasts 5,000 sqaure-feet of indoor and outdoor space on The Boro Plaza.
Circa bistro (1675 Silver Hill Drive) and Él Bebe (8354 Broad Street), a Mexican restaurant and bar, will open their doors to diners at 4 p.m. today, said the Metropolitan Hospitality Group (MHG), which owns both brands.
Metropolitan Hospitality Group, the restaurant company behind Circa, Open Road and El Bebe, will open two of its concepts in Tysons as part of The Boro development.
Él Bebe, the taco and tequila bar full of trippy graffiti art in Navy Yard, is opening a second location in a Tysons Corner development with an intriguing line-up of dining options. Metropolitan Hospitality Group announced this week that it has plans to open two restaurants in the Boro in McLean, Virginia, by early 2021.