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Posted at 11:41 AM ET, 12/01/2011

Steak and Cheese out, Hell Burger back in


If you didn’t get a chance to try one of Michael Landrum’s steak sandwiches at Steak and Cheese, you can still get a taste at Ray’s3. (Justin Rude/The Washington Post)
Oh, Ray’s Steak and Cheese, we hardly knew you. A little more than a month after opening, Michael Landrum’s Arlington eatery focused solely on hefty steak and cheese sandwiches has disappeared. It will be replaced by the previous restaurant in the space, Ray’s Hell Burger Too . Visit the storefront today and you’ll find a yellow sign reading “Oops, we goofed. You let us know how much you wanted Ray’s Hell Burger Too back and we listened!” Fans of the short-lived sandwich shop will still be able to indulge in the gooey, half-pound hoagie, which has been added to the menu at nearby Ray’s3 . Arlington Now has the scoop, including a few quotes from the busy restaurateur himself.

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