Falls Church residents have plenty of restaurants to consider for the celebration of Cinco de Mayo next Thursday. That’s the anniversary of the 1862 Battle of Puebla in Mexico when 2,000 Mexican troops defeated 6,000 French soldiers in a David v. Goliath moment which shook the world.
Author: Patricia Leslie
Falls Church is blessed with many fine ethnic restaurants like Bep Viet where customers can take a “trip” to Vietnam and enjoy a traditional Vietnamese meal right here near Little City.
For a good time on a Lenten Friday night, head on over to St. James Catholic Church on West Broad for live music and good fish eatins’ and all the fixuns’.
A carnivore’s delight and restaurant staple in Falls Church has got to be Victor’s Grill Churrasqueria on Lee Highway, famous for its steaks, food and culinary practices from South America.
Come inside the bright and happy new Mexican-style restaurant at the corner of Broad and North Lee and take a brief trip anywhere south, south of here to enjoy warmer climes and sunny skies and escape the cold and blustery winter to enjoy a delicious meal at Cuates Grill.
Falls Church residents won’t have to go far when looking for new restaurants to sample this year. They’ll be able to walk, bike, run or stroll to the four new places on tap to open at Founders Row.
New Year’s Eve celebrants may still have time at La Cote d’Or Cafe for a cup of kindness yet to ring out 2021 with a special prix fixe dinner for $75 and, if New Year’s reservations are closed, there’s always the daily “twilight prix fixe” dinner next year for $25.
Speaking Vietnamese is not a requirement at the Huong Binh Bakery and Deli in Eden Center, but it helps, especially if you’re the only person in the restaurant who does not speak the language.
Falls Church residents have plenty of options when it comes to eating out in the area on Thanksgiving Day.
The long line to order food at the Kamayan Fiesta at the corner of Annandale and Washington Streets was surprising for the middle of a Saturday afternoon. Most restaurants slow down after the lunch rush, but the line kept growing and the orders kept flowing, even from those who sat outside at picnic tables, finishing their meals before they went inside to buy more for take-home.