Food Network TV To Film At Arlington’s Liberty Tavern

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The DC area is no stranger to food shows all around cable, and today Food Network makes a visit to Arlington’s Liberty Tavern where crews will be filming in Clarendon this morning and evening for the show, Meat & Potatoes.” The show features chef Rahm Fama as he travels country talking about, what else, meat.

Liberty Tavern, known for curing and preparing cuts of meats in house, features a meat-heavy menu according to General Manager Sean Lowder. I had the opportunity to talk with him over the phone and he sounded excited for Liberty’s first appearance on National television.  The crew worked all weekend cleaning everything up for their big moment on TV.

Crews have been around since this morning filming assorted background,  B-roll shots, and have been spending a lot of time with Chef Liam LaCivita. Cameras will be present through Happy Hour to get those much needed crowd shots.

So if you are over in Arlington tonight stop on by to see if you can get your likeness to appear in one of those three-second cutaways.

This piece was updated after posting to include additional information I got from Liberty’s GM.

Patrick has been blogging since before it was called blogging. At We Love DC Patrick covers local Theatre, and whatever catches his eye. Patrick’s blog stories, rants, and opinions have been featured in The Washington City Paper, Washington Post Express, CNN, Newschannel 8 Washington, and NBC Washington. See why Patrick loves DC.

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