El Tio Tex-Mex Grill may be the new kid on the block in Falls Church, but this newbie comes bearing ripe gifts of spice and trouble.
School News & Notes
Falls Church High School Receives $500 Grant Falls Church High School has received the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Grant of $500.
Miracle Tang: Lemonade Sans Sugar
One Reporter’s Brief Odyssey Into Flavor-Tripping With Miracle Fruit If you’re a food connoisseur looking for that next gastronomic frontier to cross, perhaps a small red berry may provide the edge you’re seeking.
In Wine World, Nothing Subtle About French Oak Prices
SAN ANTONIO — It takes more money than ever to make a bottle of wine these days. The cost of the bottle itself has gone up, as have the prices of corks and even foil caps.
Dowd on Drinks: Beer And Pizza, The Ultimate Marriage
Beer and pizza go together as naturally as, well, pizza and beer. That truism led a creative Illinois real estate broker to try combining the two popular tastes. And apparently he has succeeded.
Dowd on Drinks: New Product, New Partners
So far Soju for Anheuser-Busch, a company you can’t accuse of rushing into the spirits field.
Restaurant Review: Brion’s Grille
It’s a rarity these days to find a delicious spread of food at a buffet. It is also difficult to discover a scrumptious Sunday brunch with all the fixings. Brion’s Grille is a local favorite in Fairfax, with hungry George Mason students coming in packs to the friendly eatery across […]
Dowd on Drinks: Bringing Closure To A Wine Debate
It’s about time to retire that “conventional wisdom” that cheap wines and screw caps automatically go together.
Stock Up On Tips And Tricks For A License To Pour
We consulted one of the Atlanta’s top mixologists, Greg Best of Restaurant Eugene in Atlanta, for advice on stocking a bar for a party for five to 10 people. Here’s what he recommends.
DOWD ON DRINKS: Wine Notes From Near And Far
Keeping up with the worldwide wine scene can be a fulltime occupation in these days of the global marketplace.