FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — A former “Top Chef” contender plans to open a second restaurant in downtown Frederick where his family has roots.
Bryan Voltaggio opened his first Frederick restaurant, called Volt, in 2008. It offers modern American cuisine, local produce and a fine dining experience.
Now Voltaggio says he is looking to open a more casual and family-oriented restaurant. He isn’t revealing the name or specific details just yet, though. He says it will be a concept unique to downtown Frederick.
Voltaggio’s brother, Michael Voltaggio, won the “Top Chef” title during the Bravo TV series in Las Vegas. Bryan Voltaggio won second place.
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