JV’s Restaurant of Falls Church has been a timeless favorite for live, local tunes since 1947.
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.
A crowded bar scene of patrons letting their hair down with friends and co-workers seems to be the norm at Siné Irish Pub and Restaurant — where the food’s just as first-rate as the inviting atmosphere.
The best things in life are free, especially when it’s a soft-serve, vanilla-chocolate-swirl ice cream cone on the house without any rules forbidding a second indulgence.
Contrary to its bland exterior in Loehmann’s Plaza, the interior decoration of Sign of the Whale restaurant is reminiscent of the captain’s rooms in a 16th century pirate ship-dark wood paneling and arches shine in the dim glow of muted yellow lighting and cool air.
Llajtaymanta is a small pocket of rich Bolivian culture, hidden in the Graham Center strip mall of Falls Church.
Within a whirlwind of contemporary and gourmet flair, one can taste the traditional roots of Café Oggi’s inspiration.
We asked three Falls Church restaurants participating in the Taste of Falls Church this weekend to share with us some of their signature creations.
Often the ability to discern quality wines is a natural gift, as we saw in the case of food for Remy in the Disney cartoon, “Ratatouille.”
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.