Jean and I spent last weekend in Williamsburg attending the 50th reunion of William and Mary’s Class of 1958. It was Jean’s class, not mine, but it was a great weekend nonetheless.
Self-described as “a little French, somewhat Italian, sort of American with East Indian Accents,” the experience at Village Bistro is undeniably unique.
Listen fellas, your lady appreciates that you remembered Valentine’s Day, but that heart-shaped box of chocolates with Tweety Bird on the lid isn’t going to win you a seat in her heart, or even standing room for that matter. After scouring feminine hot spots in the Falls Church area, like […]
The Liberty Tavern, an upscale yet casual bar and restaurant located in the Clarendon area of Arlington, offers a fresh, relaxing dining experience with attentive service and great American food.
As one of the leaders of the Senate, I have been in Richmond this week with the newly-elected Senators while they attend New Member Orientation.
Saravana Palace is a vegetarian restaurant, which I knew would cause deviation from my familiar Indian dish orders. When I think of Indian food, I conjure pictures of Chicken Tikka Masala, Vindaloo and Korma. After three years in London, I became spoiled by the ability to run out for a […]
Glen Gary’s Parlor Magic, Wednesdays and Fridays, The Westin Hotel
Big poodle skirts, roller skates and good food? The Jukebox Diner’s vibe certainly calls for the first two elements of 50s fashion and the restaurant on Columbia Pike in Annandale certainly has the good food angle covered.
ATLANTA — Widely acknowledged for his beermaking skills, Brooklyn Brewery brewmaster Garrett Oliver recently presented his most ambitious beer to date – Brooklyn Local 1 – a champagnelike, Belgian-style beer that’s 100 percent naturally carbonated in cork-finished bottles. But Oliver is also a talented home chef and an expert on […]
GMHS IB Art Show George Mason High School is holding its International Baccalaureate Art Show from until April 20. A reception is being held in honor of those showing works on April 19, on stage in the auditorium. Light refreshments will be provided. 7-9 p.m.