By Anna Spiegel, Washingtonian

By now, if you’ve strolled up 14th Street—or through Terminal C at Reagan National—you’re likely familiar with Mike Isabella’s mini-chain of Greek small-plates tavernas. His latest, a loud, perpetually mobbed dining room in downtown Bethesda, is yet another example of Isabella’s (and deputy George Pagonis’s) considerable skill when it comes to making food that’s interesting, approachable, and consistent.