While driving up and down on Lee Highway, you may not have noticed Luzmary’s Bolivian restaurant, but once inside, it’s not soon to be forgotten.
Author: Patricia Leslie
Like so many women in Falls Church, Lindy Hockenberry is one of many interests and talents, which helped her land the role as this year’s Grand Marshal for the Memorial Day Parade.
Falls Church locals who want to go out to witness a regular season baseball finale need not look any further than the Falls Church Kiwanis Little League.
For a family from Turkey who loves Falls Church, one good sale deserves another. Based on their success at the F.C. Farmers Market, the Kaygusuz family has extended their reach from Park to Maple Avenue by opening their gourmet shop, Borek-G, or “Turkish Mom’s Cookin.’”
Customers often line up through the doorway at the new Preservation Biscuit Company at the Southgate Village Shoppes on East Fairfax Street, which has been a regular feature of the restaurant since it opened on March 16.
Parents can do a lot to help their children cope in today’s pandemic world and, at the same time, help themselves.
Johnsons Café is a New York style deli with an exterior appearance which gives no hints about the delectable foods inside.
Sandwiched between retailers in the Falls Plaza Shopping Center is a little takeout spot, Tasty Dumpling, a Chinese, Asian and Asian-Fusion restaurant where customers can get delicious pork, shrimp, beef and chicken one-dish meals to-go.
Healthy beach cuisine is on the menu at a new restaurant opening on Jan. 18 at Idylwood Plaza on Leesburg Pike.
Scout leader John Neville said sales were good this year — so much, that it matched all the national news stories about soaring Christmas tree sales. Sure enough, three days later and the lot was no more. Every tree they had was sold off.