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Capital Grille Looking to Expand, Renovate in Tysons

The new year will mean a fresh look for Capital Grille near Tysons Corner Center.

The restaurant plans to expand at 1861 International Drive and relocate outdoor seating with a patio fence, according to a building permit.

The restaurant will also get a renovated vestibule area and demolish the “existing bank canopy” — possibly referring to the Presidential Bank branch next door.

Since the permit was processed yesterday (Dec. 26), it’s unclear when the work would start.

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