February 28 – March 5, 2008
On the ground level at the corner of 36th and Prospect St. in Georgetown, diners can find “1789,” one of the finest and priciest restaurants in the Georgetown area. However, the real gem of the block lays directly beneath… a trip underground to “The Tombs.”
It’s hard to believe that we’re already in week five of the 2008 session of the Virginia General Assembly. It’s been a productive and exciting session so far. Senate Bill 54, which I introduced and which encourages and supports the construction of affordable housing in Falls Church, passed the Senate […]
D.C. Restaurant Week, January 14 – 20 at Participating Restaurants
The forecast is for temperatures to remain above freezing following a day of almost 50 degrees on New Year’s Eve Monday, perfect if brisk conditions for the eighth annual “Watch Night” celebration expected to draw over 1,000 to downtown Falls Church. A giant antique steel-frame star that once adorned the […]
Culminating Virginia’s year-long celebration of its 400 years since the founding of Jamestown, the City of Falls Church will again host a “Watch Night” fete in its downtown on New Year’s Eve. The ninth annual event has taken on the character of yet another significant Falls Church tradition since its […]
With its tiny 2.2 square miles, and surrounded by enormous competitive options from nearby counties, the City of Falls Church would be threatening its restaurant establishments with a significant loss of business if a cigarette ban were imposed.
We love tapas, sliders and sitting around a table sharing food with family and friends. In Northern Virginia, our palates lean toward the smoky and spicy and what better way to cool the heat than with a flight of wines or a sampler of beers.
May Form Task Force to Review Issues Involved The Falls Church City Council began deliberations at a work session Tuesday on greater restrictions against smoking in public places in the city. In particular, it took up the issue of smoking in restaurants, but some Council members indicated they may push […]
Washington, D.C. Summer Restaurant Week, August 6 – 12