Mike Isabella’s planned 41,000-square-foot food hall on the third level of Tysons Galleria will house 10 separate restaurants, bars and shops. (Streetsense)

The 10 places planned for Isabella Eatery, which Mike Isabella is aiming to open in 2017 at Tysons Galleria at 2001 International Drive in McLean:

Arroz: The Spanish restaurant will offer tapas, paella and cured meats. Isabella plans to hire a chef to oversee the project.

Graffiato: Isabella hadn’t initially planned to include his flagship restaurant in the Tysons project. Unlike the Graffiato locations in Chinatown and Richmond, this iteration will not have a wood-burning oven but will offer similar antipasti and pasta. It will also serve thick-crust pizza, somewhat similar to rectangular Sicilian pies.

Kapnos Marketa: A spinoff of the Kapnos restaurants in the District and Arlington, this outlet will offer spit-roasted meats, Greek spreads, salads, phyllo pies and other fare for take-away only.

Non-Fiction Coffee: Its name is a signal that Isabella intends to take coffee seriously. He’ll start with the beans: He plans to buy them from the finest roasters from around the country.

Octagon Bar: Perched on a walkway that hangs over the mall’s lower levels, the bar will feature classic cocktails from Isabella’s beverage director, Taha Ismail.

Pepita: A sister location to Isabella’s Arlington cantina, this one will feature tacos, nachos, quesadillas, Mexican beers and margaritas.

Requin Raw Bar: A more casual version of chef Jennifer Carroll’s planned French-Mediterranean restaurant at the Wharf development, the raw bar will serve oysters, seafood cocktails, crab cakes and a selection of wines.

Retro Creamery: The shop will be a modern interpretation of an old-fashioned ice cream parlor, with egg creams, floats and ice cream by the scoop. Ice cream will be available for takeout, too.

Trim: This self-contained restaurant will feature composed Mediterranean small plates and a selection of grilled meats. Isabella calls it “very woman-centric, very sexy and fun.”

Yona: A leaner version of the Arlington original, it will be dedicated to fast-and-easy meals such as ramen, poke and donburi rice bowls.