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Greek Restaurant Archontiko Temporarily Closed in McLean

Diners looking to eat Greek cuisine at the newly opened Archontiko in McLean will need to wait a month.

The restaurant is temporarily closed, according to a sign in the window.

“Due to remodeling and [the] hire of [a] new executive chef we will be closed until January the 29th,” the sign says. “We are sorry for any inconvenience and hope to see you all again soon with exclusive tasty Greek dishes and our vast variety of wines.”

After a year of delays, the restaurant opened in the former spot of Mediterranean restaurant Evo Bistro (1313 Old Chain Bridge Road) in the fall.

While Tysons Reporter isn’t sure when the sign first appeared, a tipster emailed us about the sign yesterday.

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