Mike’s Deli set up shop around summer ‘08 in the same space as Lazy Sundae, where patrons from tots to seniors can enjoy some original, home-churned ice creams.
It felt like home. The familiar sounds of clinking glasses, plates and silverware filled my ears. The hustle bustle of tables being bussed and the sweet smell of syrup and fried eggs felt like a diner.
For the best of the best when it comes to diners, Bob and Edith’s off Columbia Pike tops the list. An Arlington landmark for nearly four decades, Bob and Edith’s promises a traditional diner meal that is satisfying and just short of a heart attack.
If you’re looking for an old-fashioned diner that still retains its historical authenticity without selling out and becoming a chain like a certain metallic-named hit, then look no further than Tastee 29 Diner.
YOUNG VOLUNTEER Zack Sanders is shown with his dad taking some of the breakfast meals to the over 400 homeless who were served at Falls Church’s Original Pancake House on Christmas morning. There were over 50 volunteers to help Jeff and Jane Bulman, owners of the Original Pancake House, who’ve […]
Located in Arlington, the Luna Grill and Diner stands firm under its motto “Not your usual diner!” This was certainly evident upon my visit. Without even having a bite of anything at all, it already struck me as exceptional. The décor is original and innovative. It is always nice when […]
When you have a great story, it ought to be publicized. And Falls Church High School (FCHS) has a great story. The first chapters were told at the first annual community outreach breakfast that drew dozens of community and business leaders last Friday morning. Students enrolled in the Culinary Arts […]
When I was a kid, cherry Coke was all the rage at soda fountains across the country. I, however, drank to a different beat, getting my local soda jerk to whip up a vanilla Coke for me — a squirt of the pale yellow vanilla syrup, a long pull on […]
Breakfast with Santa