Reagan National Terminal A transformation continues

The transformation of Terminal A at Reagan National Airport continues with the opening of Reservoir, a new eatery offering the authentic dishes of a French bistro.

Renowned chef Robert Wiedmaier will consult on the expansive menu featuring the flavors and textures of simple French country cooking and taking advantage of fresh, regionally-sourced meats, fish, and produce. The newly created space will have the look and feel of a classic French bistro, transporting diners to a new world before they even board their flights.

Wiedmaier owns multiple restaurants in the DC area, including Marcel´s, Brasserie Beck, and Wildwood Kitchen. He is a native of Germany and has worked at the Four Seasons in Washington as well as the Watergate. His heritage and upbringing in Europe influenced his palate and allows him to present those exact flavors in the food he serves at his own restaurants, located across the tri-state area of Washington, DC.

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, established in 1987 by the governments of Virginia and the District of Columbia, manages and operates Washington´s Ronald Reagan National and Dulles International airports, which together serve more than 40 million passengers a year.