After opening Maple Ave in 2009 and Water & Wall in 2013, Chef Tim Ma is ready to try again. He’s joining forces with local Michael Amouri of Caffe Amouri in Vienna to open Chase the Submarine later this year, named after his son.
But family comes first for Chef Ma. During an interview with Eater, his children sit at a table eating dinner at Water & Wall. Despite the pressures of two restaurants, two kids, and one of each on the way, Chef Ma took some time to sit with Eater DC to tell us some planning details for his new sandwich shop with butchery component, due for Vienna in Fall 2015.
Editor’s Note: The Ma family welcomed their new baby, Camden, on December 23, after this interview took place.
Where did you get your inspiration for a modern deli with a butchery operation?
Continue reading this article “Tim Ma Talks Classic and Experimental Sandwiches at the Upcoming Chase the Submarine” on Eater DC website, published Jan. 7, 2015.