Posts Tagged ‘George Vetsch’

Silo Loses the Swiss Twist, Revamps Menu

Silo in Mount Vernon Square—the modern American restaurant with a "Swiss-French twist"—got off to a pretty rocky start. It's chef, George Vetsch, a veteran of C.F. Folk's, left within three months. Post critic Tom Sietsema called the place a "Swiss miss/mess." And personally, I had one very perplexing meal there with fish in a creamy sauce, grapefruit segments, and […]

Check Out Food and Drink Menus For Silo, Opening Tomorrow

Silo, a modern American restaurant with a "Swiss-French twist," opens in Mount Vernon Triangle Saturday with former C.F. Folk's chef George Vetsch leading the kitchen. Y&H previewed the restaurant from owner Reza Akhavan a couple weeks ago, but take a look at some food photos and the dinner, dessert, and drink menus below. Appetizers ($7-$13) include […]

Silo Bringing a Swiss-French Twist to Mount Vernon Square

A new modern American restaurant with a "Swiss-French twist" called Silo is preparing to open in the Mount Vernon Square area sometime before the end of the year. (UPDATE: Silo will open Jan. 4.) So what exactly does a Swiss-French twist mean? "Lots of cheese," says chef George Vetsch, who previously worked at C.F. Folk's […]