Falls Church residents have plenty of options when it comes to eating out in the area on Thanksgiving Day.
Author: Patricia Leslie
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.
One of the restaurants which participated in Saturday’s “Taste of Falls Church” will be the Open Road Grill on Lee Highway near Merrifield, a place I’ve ignored for years when I’m whizzing past and glance over at the filled parking lot.
Meridian High School students and their impassioned music teacher are helping lead the way for a better understanding cultural differences in a collaborative effort with students halfway around the world.
It’s all in the family at the new Lantern House “Viet Bistro” in the West End Plaza on West Broad Street. Three generations of the Tran family have been restaurateurs whose experience and drive have enabled them to start a pho restaurant in Falls Church with “authentic Vietnam cuisine.”
From the ashes of their house and belongings destroyed by fire, a Falls Church family is working to restore their home and begin living anew on property they’ve owned for 15 years on South Oak Street.
Falls Church is blessed with an array of ethnic restaurants, none finer than Fatouche’s true Iraqi eatery across the street from Birch & Broad shopping center along West Broad Street.
Like the taste of country biscuits lathered with huge dollops of butter, Patsy Cline’s voice and songs are a taste of a sumptuous concert in Cherry Hill Park, the scene of Creative Cauldron’s newest show which runs through this weekend (pending rain).
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.
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.