Seafood Restaurant Brine Says Goodbye to Mosaic District

No more shucking oysters at Brine in the Mosaic District — the restaurant closed earlier this month.

“Unfortunately, Brine Restaurant is closing its doors,” according to a Facebook post on Jan. 15. According to another post, the restaurant served its last meal in early January.

Known for its oysters, the restaurant offered a raw bar, wood-fired grill and selection of Mid-Atlantic fare ranging from seafood to meat.

Travis Croxton, the co-owner of Rappahannock River Oysters, LLC, ran the restaurant, which featured oysters from the oyster farming company, according to the restaurant’s website.

The restaurant (2985 District Ave, Suite 120) was open for five years, the Facebook post said.

Image via Google Maps, photo via Brine/Facebook

Hat tip to Dalia P.

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