Like the name implies, U Street’s Utopia Bar and Grill satisfies both hunger of body and mind.
For patrons craving cheap, authentic Southeast Asian cuisine, Pho Cyclo has been serving up a variety of dishes from traditional pho soups to fried rice platters since 2005 in the Yorktown Shopping Center.
The Japanese restaurant Maneki Neko of Falls Church was founded by Futoshi Takazato, formerly a sushi chef in Arlington, in 2002.
Named by Washingtonian magazine as one of the best Indian restaurants in the D.C. area, Haandi’s international fare and exceptional service makes this establishment a fine dining experience for couples and families alike.
Unique décor, relaxing music, and friendly service are part and parcel to the dining experience at Present, a Vietnamese restaurant right down Arlington Boulevard in Falls Church.
Narita Sushi & Rice Bowl occupies a small space tucked beside a Subway in a plaza surrounded by the busy thoroughfares of the Tysons Corner area.
With three of the four judges returning from last year’s Taste of Falls Church, this year’s restaurant entrants will have to step it up in order to impress these veteran taste buds. Here, the judges provide insights on their personal palettes and what gets their mouths watering.
Choosing to review Sweetwater Tavern in Falls Church caused me no inner struggle, having frequented the tavern many times.
From the red-and-gold glowing tent over the entrance to the two life-sized lion statues guarding the doors, or the more than 300-year-old tapestry hanging in the entrance way, your first steps into Hunan Lion are accompanied with quite an impression to say the least.
For over 25 years, Pines of Florence has coupled the décor of an authentic Italian villa with its blend of Tuscan and Southern Italian culinary traditions. The fresh ingredients of its exceptional cuisine and service demonstrate this ristorante’s commitment to delicious, affordable fine dining.